The seven big points of BCCI's reply to Supreme Court on Mudgal committee's probe report on IPL corruption

The BCCI has pleaded with the Supreme Court not to make public the players named in the Justice Mudgal report.

updated: March 07, 2014 14:20 IST
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The BCCI responded to the IPL probe report by the Supreme Court requesting that the players mentioned should not be made public. Here are the seven main points of the BCCI's 35-page reply:

1) BCCI will highlight the two major difference of opinion between the two reports submitted by the probe panel. (Don't make players' names public: BCCI to Supreme Court)

a) Mukul Mudgal concluded that Gurunath Meiyappan was the owner of Chennai Super Kings. And Chennai Super Kings is guilty of giving him powers that only an owner can have. (Supreme Court hearing adjourned till March 25)

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