N. Srinivasan Not Involved in Match-Fixing but Turned Blind Eye on Son-in-Law: Mudgal Probe Report

N. Srinivasan was among 13 names investigated for corruption in IPL by a Supreme Court-appointed inquiry panel headed by retired judge Justice Mukul Mudgal.

Updated: November 17, 2014 18:53 IST
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N. Srinivasan, according to Mudal committee report, did not scuttle the IPL investigations.


New Delhi: The Supreme Court appointed Justice Mukul Mudgal Committee said in its report that BCCI president N. Srinivasan was not involved in match-fixing and betting in Indian Premier League (IPL). However, the Mudgal report says that the top BCCI official was aware of his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan's illegal activities but did not act on it. The report indicts Chennai Super Kings team official Meiyappan of betting and passing on team information. The report also says Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra was in contact with bookies. (Full report | When Indian cricketers cried in front of Mudgal committee)

The top developments (in ascending order) of the IPL betting and spot-fixing case:

1. The case dates back to June 2013. Aditya Verma, secretary of the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB), filed a PIL in Bombay High Court raising charges of a conflict of interest in the Board's two-member inquiry panel probing corruption in IPL. The Bombay High Court declared the probe "illegal".

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