After the IPL spot-fixing scandal broke in 2013, the BCCI had imposed lifetime bans on the three players.
The court’s exoneration of Sreesanth cannot be read as a clean chit.
All accused discharged; ‘no case made out under MCOCA, existence of Dawood-Shakeel syndicate not established’
Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila were on Saturday discharged in the IPL-6 spot fixing case by Patiala House Court.
The Patiala House court on Saturday dropped all charges of spot-fixing against the trio of Sreesanth, Chavan and Chandila.
The three cricketers were part of Rajasthan Royals franchise when the scandal broke back in May 2013.
For far too long, BCCI ignored cricket’s inner voice. The court has served it a public, and momentous, rebuke.
By amendment to rule 6.2.4, administrators were allowed to hold stakes in events like IPL.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its judgment on the fate of ousted BCCI chief N Srinivasan.
The court will resume hearing arguments on the petition by the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) on Wednesday.
BCCI counsel CA Sundaram opposed it raising the question of the board’s autonomy as a private society.
It also clarified that the new panel will be a “very high-power committee” which can address the issues relating to conflict of interest.
The apex court completely ruled out Srinivasan’s claim of no conflict of Interest.
Bench to decide on making the entire report public only at an appropriate stage.
Nalini Chidambaram, counsel for the CABihar, started her arguments by reading out certain portions from the first report.