Cricket Association of Bihar secretary writes to Sunil Gavaskar against Sundar Raman

Aditya Verma, the secretary of the Cricket Association of Bihar, had filed a PIL in June last year, contending to the Bombay High Court that that BCCI's two-member internal probe panel investigating into the IPL fixing issue was unconstitutional.

updated: March 30, 2014 12:54 IST
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New Delhi: Cricket Association of Bihar secretary Aditya Verma on Saturday wrote to BCCI's interim president Sunil Gavaskar, voicing his opposition to continuation of Sundar Raman as Indian Premier League CEO. "I have to bring to your notice that Mr. Sundar Raman's continuation as COO of IPL is deeply prejudicial to the interest of IPL and the game of cricket," Verma told Gavaskar in the letter. (Also read: BCCI accepts Supreme Court order)

Besides other issues which will be appropriately raised before Hon'ble Supreme Court in SLP No.26633/2013 against Mr Sundar Raman, the transcript given by Mumbai Police to the Mudgal Committee indicates the role of Mr. Sundar Raman in passing insider information which clearly aided and abetted betting in the last season of IPL. This may well be proverbial tip of the iceberg," he added.

Former captain Gavaskar was on Friday handed over the reins of BCCI for IPL-7 by the Supreme Court, and soon after that the continuation of Sundar Raman in his post became the talking point as he is employed with India Cements, the N Srinivasan-led company that owns Chennai Super Kings.

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