The Honourable Supreme Court of India, in a hearing against BCCI, observed that the BCCI supremo Anurag Thakur has filed a false affidavit in the court and the Court is thinking to take an action against Anurag Thakur for filing a fake affidavit in the court of law, “BCCI case-prima facia we believe a case of perjury is made out we will launch a prosecution. Apologise if you want to escape, but even then we are not sure if we could accept the apology,” the Supreme Court said.
Thakur is in trouble for a perjury case after he wrote a letter to ICC Chief executive David Richardson enquiring whether the appointment of a CAG official amounts to government interference in BCCI. Anurag Thakur though denied asking for any letter from the ICC.
But Thakur’s lawyer, Kapil Sibbal, refuted charges saying, “I can put in documents to the court to prove I did not lie. No one dare lie to the Supreme Court and must apologise if he does so.”
The Supreme Court has reserved its order till January 3, which is also the last working day of Chief Justice of India (CJI) TS Thakur. Jagdish Singh Kehar, currently a judge on Supreme Court, will succeed TS Thakur.
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