N. Srinivasan among 13 named in IPL probe report, can't run BCCI, tells Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, on a recommendation from Indian Premier League's interim president Sunil Gavaskar, has asked Sundar Raman to continue as IPL's Chief Operating Officer. The court also asked the BCCI how it will probe the IPL betting and fixing scam.

updated: April 16, 2014 15:49 IST
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N. Srinivasan has been named in a report on the spot-fixing scandal that has beleaguered the Indian Premier League, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday. The names of 12 prominent cricketers also figure in the report. The court stressed that Srinivasan cannot perform any function within India's cricket Board and that its interim order on March 28 will stand. On Tuesday, Srinivasan had filed an affidavit asking the court to reinstate him since he had done no wrong.

The court had removed Srinivasan as BCCI president till the IPL case was properly investigated and the guilty booked. The judges had installed batting legend Sunil Gavaskar as the interim head to manage BCCI's IPL affairs.

The Twenty20 competition, the seventh edition of which begins in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday evening, has been embroiled in allegations of illegal betting and spot-fixing, including against Srinivasan's son-in-law, Gurunath Meiyappan.

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