Bcci Files Affidavit In Sc In Srinivasans Defence
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has come in defence of their President in exile N.Srinivasan, who has been named by the Mudgal report for not acting sternly despite being aware of guilty players. The BCCI on Thursday filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court saying that the action against ‘Player No.3’ had been taken for violating Code of Conduct.
BCCI FILES AFFIDAVIT IN SC IN SRINIVASANS DEFENCE
According to the Board, the player in question was cautioned during the tour of Sri Lanka and not IPL.
BCCI Secretary Sanjay Patel in his affidavit gave a detail of the incident.
“On 18th November, BCCI discussed Justice Mudgal Panel report and Ranjib Biswal, representing Orissa cricket Association, who was the Manager at the time of incident, mentioned that the incident referred to by the panel took place when he was the manager of the Indian cricket team.”
The affidavit further stated that the incident was a ‘minor’ one and the player was only ‘orally’ reprimanded by the board.
The incident was a minor one and player was orally reprimanded and Sashank Manohar, President of BCCI at that time was satisfied with the explanation
given by the player.”