Chennai: Under-fire BCCI president N Srinivasan is exploring various legal options though he continued to remain mum on the Supreme Court observation that he should step down from his post for a fair probe into the IPL fixing scandal. The beleaguered Srinivasan, who underwent a cataract surgery on Wednesday, had a series of meeting with legal experts during the day though no official word as to what he plans to do has come out yet.
His legal counsel P S Raman also met him at his residence but declined to speak on the issue. "He (Srinivasan) had a cataract operation in the other eye this morning. I have come to meet him because of that. It is only a courtesy call," Raman told reporters. ('N Srinivasan won't step down as BCCI president')
When asked specifically whether Srinivasan was contemplating to step down in view of the Supreme Court observation, he refused to comment. It is learnt that 69-year-old BCCI supremo is exploring various legal options available to him.