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Today, The BCCI has moved to Supreme Court and asked if N. Srinivasan can attend BCCI’s meeting. It was all because last month BCCI had to call off it’s Working Committee meeting , which was regarding the discussion of the future of Chennai SuperKings and Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.
The meeting was to be held on 28th of August in Kolkata and had to be called of as N. Srinivasan wanted to attend the meeting as a representative of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association. BCCI, being unsure of the rule decided to call off the meeting. The main reason being that BCCI is unsure of the stakes which India Cements ( N. Srinivasan’s company) holds in the Chennai SuperKings.
N.Srinivasan, on the other hand, says that he doesn’t own any stakes in Chennai SuperKings after the Board of Director decided to form a new company Chennai Super Kings Cricketers Limited, which owns the stakes in Chennai SuperKings and is just a subsidiary of the India Cements Limited.
This is why BCCI has asked Supreme Court to focus some light on this issue or send the matter to Justice Lodha Panel, the 3 member panel who imposed a ban of 2 years on Chennai SuperKings and Rajasthan Royals, after their officials were found betting on the matches.