The court also questioned BCCI if it was willing to take actions against all the persons after the Mudgal probe.
Nalini Chidambaram, counsel for the CABihar, started her arguments by reading out certain portions from the first report.
The apex court also pointed that the benefit of doubt should go in favour of the game rather than any individual.
In an affidavit filed on Friday, the BCCI said that the violation was of minor nature so the player was orally reprimanded.
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Findings of probe committee to be discussed during Board’s emergent working committee meeting today.
The all powerful working committee of the BCCI will meet in Chennai on Tuesday to discuss the Mudgal Committe report.
Manohar, who headed BCCI from 2008 to 2011, said the date of the AGM can’t be altered once decided.
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.