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P RESIDENT- IN- EXILE N. Srinivasan's attempt at being reinstated as BCCI chief ahead of this month's Annual General Meeting (AGM) was thwarted by the Supreme Court on Monday when it made clear that he needs wait till the Mudgal committee submits report on the spotfixing scandal that rocked IPL- 2013.
Handing the panel -- consisting of Mukul Mudgal, N. Nageswara Rao, Nilay Dutta, former IPS officer B. B. Mishra and former India skipper Sourav Ganguly -- a two- month extension, the apex court made it clear that they need to finish the probe at the earliest.
Ever since the Supreme Court ordered Srinivasan stay away from BCCI proceedings to allow a free probe, the Board has had a one- point agenda of getting him reinstated and even on Monday, Kapil Sibal -- representing Srinivasan -- requested the Bench of Justices T. S. decreeing impossible allow Srinivasan return office grounds his signature was to clear annual accounts Board. however, there against report on Friday.
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Thakur and F. M. Ibrahim Kalifulla to let Srinivasan return to office unless there was something against him in the interim report submitted on Friday.
But the court turned down the proposal, decreeing it was impossible to allow Srinivasan to return to office on the grounds that signature was required clear the annual accounts of the Board. They, however, added that there wasn't anything against him in the report the panel submitted Friday.
Speaking to M AIL T ODAY , petitioner Aditya Verma said it was the end of the road for Srinivasan and any hopes he had of rejoining office before the AGM had been squashed by the apex court.
" I am very happy because from the first day, Srinivasan's agenda was to get back into office. He didn't care about anything else. But the reality is that karma returns to haunt you.
One has to pay for sins. I think it is a shame that other members in the BCCI haven't stood up and shown him his rightful place.
Thankfully, the Supreme Court has ensured that his goal of returning to office just ahead of the AGM has hit a dead end," the Cricket Association of Bihar secretary said.
Verma waiting application court questioned secretary acting Yadav Srinivasan's chairman's " They to call Meeting call, violation court matter," While the panel's the probe the next committee was investigation in time.
to speak players samples are confident finish the he told Bench of Justices T. S. Thakur and F. M. Ibrahim Kalifulla confirms there isn't anything reported against Srinivasan in panel's interim report
Verma further said he was waiting for his earlier application to be heard by the court in which he had questioned the decision of BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel and acting president Shivlal Yadav to propose Srinivasan's name for the ICC chairman's post.
They didn't even bother call a Special General Meeting before taking the call, and it was a clear violation of rules. I want the court to look into the matter," he said.
While the court doubted the panel's ability to finish probe by November 10 -- next date of hearing -- a committee member said he was confident that the investigation would be over time. " We are only waiting speak to a couple of players and match the voice samples of a few people. We confident that we will finish the probe in two months," told M AIL T ODAY .
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