Is this the time for Sundar Raman to step aside!

Indian Premier League Chief Operating Officer Sundar Raman has been set under the ambiguity of the interim president of the Board for Control of Cricket in India appointed by the Supreme Court as he has called upon a meeting along with the renowned franchise owners to obtain the appraisal. His hardest summons to contest is to heap together the spots from the game.

Gavaskar had a word with the franchise owners regarding the IPL latest edition in order to show the ropes to them about the grooming of this season.

NDTV has followed up the crusade of the coming together and understood that the meeting was focused on only one mankind and he is COO Sundar Raman. He had called few franchise owners in the flesh such as, Shah Rukh Khan, Vijay Mallya, and the Ambanis with a prospect to capture feedback on Raman.

Sundar has been played the act of logroller since the inaugural edition of IPL.

The Supreme Court has turned over the ascendancy in the hands of Gavaskar if he is willing to let Raman to continue in the IPL 7, the Court made it readable on its social club last week. Thus, Gavaskar wants to be sure about Raman’s honesty.

The Mumbai Police has handed a hard copy to the Supreme Court probe committee headed by Justice Mukul Mudgal that includes the role of Sundar Raman in fleeting the information of inside in Annexure 15 of the inquiry report submitted to the top court on February 10. It is claimed that Raman acclimated to forewarn Gurunath Meiyappan, the son-of-law of the jut dislodged N Srinivasan, regarding teams.

Certainly, Sundar Raman confronted the probe committee and said that the ownership structure of the team is quite inexplicit, apparently in an attempt to hold up Chennai Super Kings’ postulated that Meiyappan wasn’t a team owner but only an ‘enthusiast’. Meiyappan has been accused of betting and sharing match information from the Mudgal committee.

Harish Salve, the senior counsellor for the petitioner Cricket Association of Bihar, says, “The Annexure 15 of the report filed by the Mudgal committee shows intercept on 15th May, 2013 between Jaipur-based bookie Pawan and Vindoo Dara Singh who was in constant touch with Gurunath Meiyappan. It says that Sundar Raman used to tip Gurunath Meiyappan regarding other teams. If IPL COO is doing such things, it is dangerous for the game of cricket.”