At last, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), N Srinivasan has assured to step down in order to bear out legitimate investigations regarding match-fixing and betting outrage in the season six of Indian Premier League. The cricket board has confirmed this to the honorable Supreme Court.

At the same time, the cricket board has requested the Supreme Court not to prune the powerful and respectable role of Srinivasan from the field of international cricket, during the inquiry period carrying out by the Chennai Police, sources confirmed to NDTV.

Srinivasan has been named as the most powerful logroller in the subject of cricket in the Earth. He is starting to assume the responsibilities of the International Cricket Council as the chair in July.

The attorneys, named by the BCCI have appealed to the Court to allow the circuit card to take on its own enquiry which was supported by the Mudgal report. “We will have to think hard for the benefit of cricket and then extend the parliamentary procedure,” the Supreme Court said today.

On the other hand, Gurunath Meiyappan has found himself in a deep soup right now as the accusation against him regarding the betting and sharing team information, has been examined by the tribunal-appointed commission, which was made by the Supreme Court in the February.  

Srinivasan has refused in a vile manner to release from his post while investigations are moving on, after the verdict of the Supreme Court. He said that as he did not do anything wrong, there is no point to tread down. Only the Supreme Court has jabbed him for this stubborn mentality of him.

All the same, the BCCI has been asked to report file which would carry the show-case. In accordance with the sources of NDTV, the board’s secretary, Sanjay Patel, will lead the arrangement in the absence of Srinivasan. Meiyappan, who got married to the daughter of Srinivasan had been checked by the Mumbai Police in the utmost of the May of last year following the investigation of illegal betting and match fixing on the cash-rich IPL 7 but got released within two weeks. He has taken an important post in the team management of Chennai Super Kings, owned by India Cements. Srinivasan is the Managing Director of the troupe.

Last year, when Test bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth along with two other local cricketers, has got taken into custody on doubt of bringing money to produce a defined number of runs, the charm has spread worldwide like virus. Sreesanth got dismissed from international cricket in any format by the BCCI.