N. Srinivasan and Son-in-Law Gurunath Meiyappan in Focus as Final IPL Scam Hearing Resumes

N. Srinivasan is expected to seek another term as BCCI president if the Supreme Court clears him in the IPL hearing on Monday.

Updated: November 10, 2014 04:01 IST
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A file photo of N. Srinivasan.


Cricket will return to the corridors of law as the final hearing on corruption in Indian Premier League resumes on Monday afternoon. While it will be interesting to see what a year-long probe by a high-profile inquiry panel actually reveals, the Supreme Court's verdict on the future of N. Srinivasan in Indian cricket administration is the one that will be eagerly awaited. (Cricket World Awaits Mudgal Report)

While Srinivasan's son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan -- indicted for betting and sharing team information in an earlier inquiry report -- is likely to be censured again, the fate of two-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings will also be in focus. (Srinivasan Named in Probe Report: Supreme Court)

Meiyappan was team principal of CSK till last year. He had nothing to do with the IPL this year, at least officially. Srinivasan's company India Cements owns the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Chennai franchise. According to IPL rules, if a team official is involved in corruption, a franchise can be punished with suspension. (Meiyappan's Voice Sample Confirmed, Say Sources)

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