NEW DELHI: The BCCI is reportedly in a state of confusion over the IPL spot-fixing report submitted by the two-member inquiry panel that is likely to be tabled at the Working Committee meeting in Kolkata on Sunday.
The Board's officials are said to have expressed concern over the process of investigation.
The crux of discontent is that there is no clarity on whether CSK Team Principal Gurunath Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra were questioned.
The panel members, Justices T Jayaram Chouta and R Balasubramaniam, have maintained a resolute silence on the issue.
The BCCI had declared the formation of a three-member commission to conduct an inquiry after several Rajasthan Royals players and Meiyappan were arrested in connection with spot-fixing and betting.
The panel was reconstituted on June 10 and was also directed to look into the role of Kundra on the basis on evidence provided by Delhi police.