Supreme Court allows N Srinivasan to take charge as BCCI President

Author : Amerta
President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), N. Srinivasan addresses a press conference in Kolkata on May 26, 2013. The son-in-law of India's cricket board chief was on Sunday suspended from "any involvement" in the sport pending an inquiry into his role in a spot-fixing scandal, officials said. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

The Supreme Court has allowed N Srinivasan to take charge as BCCI President

It was announced just yesterday that the SC had organised a three-member probe to look into Srinivasan’s IPL spot-fixing scandal. Srinivasan was unanimously elected for the post for a third time on 29th September at the BCCI AGM in Chennai but was barred from taking full control till the petition registered in the apex court by Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) was cleared.

But in a strange turn of events, the Supreme Court of India just stated that they have given N Srinivasan full permission to go ahead and take charge of the BCCI as President.

Here’s PTI’s tweet on the same -

SC directs BCCI and Srinivasan not to interfere in the probe.

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) October 8, 2013


 

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