Supreme Court gives clean chit to Srinivasan, holds Gurunath Meyyappan and Raj Kundra guilty of betting. [Bar and Bench on Twitter]
Supreme Court has struck down the controversial 6.2.4 clause that allows BCCI officials to own IPL teams. It tells N. Srinivasan to choose between his IPL team Chennai Super Kings and BCCI president’s post. [NDTV]
Srinivasan is not guilty of cover up but there is conflict of interest and therefore cannot contest for the post of BCCI President. [Bar and Bench on Twitter]
Supreme Court holds that BCCI is not State under Article 12 of the Constitution but is amenable to writ jurisdiction under Article 226. [Bar and Bench on Twitter]
Independent committee to decide fate of CSK and RR [FirstPost]
Committee headed by Ex-CJI RM Lodha will be deciding the quantum of punishment of Gurunath Meyyappan [Srinivasan’s son-in-law] and Raj Kundra [Rajasthan Royals]. [Bar and Bench on Twitter]
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