IPL Fixing: CSK boss missing, Mumbai police reach Chennai

Chennai, May 23: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) boss Gurunath Meiyappan was not present at his residence in Chennai on Thursday, May 23 when a team of Mumbai police reached the city to continue their investigation in IPL spot fixing scandal case.

The CSK boss was not even available to make any comment on the controversy in which his name was cropped up. According to sources, Mumbai police may grill Meiyappan who is son-law-of BCCI chief N Srinivasan.

Local police in Chennai also would help Mumbai police team to carry on their probe in which many powerful people may face the heat.


Earlier arrested Bollywood actor Vindoo Dara Singh reportedly had confessed to police accepting that he was involved in betting. Vindoo also informed police that he was in constant touch with one of relatives of Meiyappan.

A Mumbai Police official was quoted as saying, "Vindoo made several calls to this relative of the Chennai IPL owner. We may call the person in question to ascertain the reasons why these frequent calls were made."

Investigation in the fixing scandal is getting murkier day by day. CSK is going to play the final match of IPL season 6 on Sunday, May 26. The match would be spoilt if links between its owner and bookies are unearthed. Currently police have been investigating call records of Meiyappan.

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