New Delhi, Nov 25: The Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) today urged the Supreme Court to make public the findings of the Jutice Mukul Mudgal Commission, which probed the IPL spot-fixing scandal.
"In the court today, the BCCI opposed our move to make the report public. If they have nothing to fear about, then why they are afraid of putting the report in the public domain," Aditya Verma, the petitioner in the case, said.
"We were able to sufficiently establish that N Srinivasan was only trying to protect the interest of CSK and his son-in-law. Our counsel has submitted documentary evidence to prove Srinivasan's son-in-law (Gurnath) Meiyappan was a team official. It is a matter of shame that he has been reported by the Mudgal Commission for indulging in betting," Verma said.
The Supreme Court had asked Srinivasan to address the question of conflict of interest as head of BCCI and also the owner of the Chennai Super Kings.