Ravi Shastri should not be part of IPL scam probe panel, demands Aditya Verma

Ravi Shastri is part of BCCI's three-member probe panel that will be proposed to the Supreme Court in a hearing on April 22.

updated: April 20, 2014 22:49 IST
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The unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar chief Aditya Verma, who has dragged BCCI to the Supreme Court over the IPL spot-fixing scandal, opposed the three-member committee suggested by the Board to the SC to probe into the case. (Ravi Shastri named in three-member panel to be proposed by BCCI to Supreme Court for IPL scam probe)

Verma demanded a probe by either the Central Bureau of Investigation or National Intelligence Agency into the IPL scandal.

"Only CBI or NIA Enquiry is acceptable for me because if Hon'ble apex court-formed Justice Mudgal Committee is not acceptable by BCCI then why I will consider their probe panel," said Verma in a statement. (BCCI accepts Supreme Court order)

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