The Supreme Court will name a fresh committee that will investigate the 2013 Indian Premier League spot-fixing and betting scandal on Friday. Although it is summer vacation, the two-judge bench will pass an order to focus on specific names which were mentioned in a sealed envelope submitted by an inquiry committee on February 10.
The first round of investigation was conducted by a three-man committee headed by retired Justice Mukul Mudgal. The court could bestow the second round of investigation to Justice Mudgal once again.
On April 29, the Supreme Court reserved its order about the panel to investigate the allegations against 13 "very important personalities" whose names figure in a sealed envelope submitted on February 10 by an inquiry committee that was headed by former High Court judge Justice Mukul Mudgal.