Supreme Court has sentenced N. Srinivasan to step down from the office of the president of the Board for Control for Cricket in India in a verdict on Tuesday, but Srinivasan is not demonstrating any signal of willingness to vacate from the post even 24 hours have elapsed after the judging. In conformity with the vice-president of BCCI Shivlal Yadav, Srinivasan will not bear down.

The BCCI is now awaiting for the next verdict that will take place on Thursday, on the crenelated owner of the Chennai Super Kings and the son-in-law of Srinivasan, Meiyappan.

Supreme Court has reached a judgment on Tuesday, asking Srinivasan to abdicate from the situation so that a fair inquiry can take place regarding the match making and betting outrage. Meiyappan has been impeached by the Court assigned investigating committee for betting and sharing the team information.

Srinivasan is likely not willing to quit, on the other hand. “No one can impose on me to resign from BCCI. I have not made out anything wrong.” He said. But he can sense the pressure on his head as three BCCI vice-presidents joining former cricketers in has called him for resigning and respecting the verdict of honourable Court.

The verdict bench led by Justice A K Patnaik has grown through the subjects of a report which has been submitted, filed in a sealed cover by apex court-appointed probe panel, and then respond, “There are ‘very very serious’  accusation wrote in the report. The fair investigation cannot take home unless the BCCI president stands down.”

Justice Patnaik has got disgusted and asked, “Why is Srinivasan stuck to his chair? If you don’t tread down, then we will turn over the order.” The next draw of the hearing will be happened tomorrow.

Former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi has expressed his reaction on a social networking site after hearing the verdict, “Kudos to the Honourable Supreme Court for accepting the most decisive action to say global cricket. Eventually they have shown the door to Srini.”

“Hope my colleagues in Bcci will now once and forever get rid of this M—— from Chennai who had cemented himself in all governing bodies,” he composed on his Twitter page.

Srinivasan has determined to step down following the launch of enquiry regarding the spot fixing and betting outrage in 2013 Indian Premier League. Jagmohan Dalmiya had been selected as the interim head during the investigation period.

“My resignation will go down a bad instance.” Srinivasan signed off.

And now time will read if the BCCI has been got rid of him, the period of this dethrone emperor has reached to its conclusion or non.