New Delhi: The BCCI has filed a 238-page writ petition in the Supreme Court in order to get clarity about whether its former president N Srinivasan should be allowed to attend the Board meetings.
The BCCI had planned to move the apex court after its working committee meeting in Kolkata on August 28 had to be adjourned as there was no clarity on whether Srinivasan should be allowed to attend the meeting in capacity of being TNCA president. Accordingly,
BCCI's legal representatives Advocates KK Venugopal and Radha Rangaswamy have filed a 238-page writ petition — a copy of which has also been handed over to petitioner in the IPL spot-fixing case Aditya Verma.
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