The court noted that the BCCI had postponed its AGM to November 20 after permission from the Registrar of Societies.
The West Indies are to play two One-day warm-up games in Mumbai and one three-day game.
Savant didn’t see any reason for the functioning of the BCCI to be affected by the adjournment of the AGM.
The court also said that further investigation should not be conducted by any new panel.
The apex court had on May 16 ordered a probe by the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee against Srinivasan.
A vacation bench of Justices Chauhan and Sikri clarified that it could not modify orders passed by another bench.
Vengsarkar said that if court and the committee want his help then he has no problem in taking the task.
The BCCI raised strong objections to involving the Mudgal panel once again to probe the secret report.
The court asked Board and Srinivasan to maintain complete confidentiality of contents of audio tapes.
The BCCI has decided to constitute a three-member panel to investigate allegations of spot fixing and betting.
Manohar had kept himself out of the BCCI matters after his term ended in 2011 and was succeeded by Srinivasan.
The Supreme Court has asked the BCCI to reply on April 22 with definite corrective measures about how a fair probe can be conducted.
The apex court yesterday said that Srinivasan couldn’t work in any capacity within the BCCI as he has been named in a report on the IPL spot-fixing scandal along with 12 other individuals.
Court again points to the crisis cricket isn’t facing up to, as the stakeholders maintain their silence.
Manohar wants someone in the cricket administration to raise the issue at the EWC meet to be held on April 20.