Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals court trouble, likely to sit out Indian Premier League-7

Mar 28 2014, 14:50 IST
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Supreme Court raised the heat on the BCCI, saying this year’s IPL tournament could be allowed to start on April 16 only if CSK and RR were kept out in view of the corruption charges. Supreme Court raised the heat on the BCCI, saying this year’s IPL tournament could be allowed to start on April 16 only if CSK and RR were kept out in view of the corruption charges.
SummarySupreme Court said this year’s Indian Premier League tournament could be allowed to start on April 16.

said Dhoni testified to the panel as he was a vice-president at India Cements. “This runs very deep. I am very sorry to say this, but the BCCI Indian captain is also guilty of corrupt practices. Why did he choose to mislead the panel? Cover-up falls within the ambit of corruption under the BCCI rules. So, the skipper has left himself open to such scrutiny,” Salve said.

The court asked Salve if it was on record that Dhoni was a vice-president at India Cements. The lawyer read out from a FIR registered in connection with betting and spot-fixing in a match between CSK and Rajasthan Royals in which the Jaipur Police described Dhoni as a vice-president at India Cements.

Salve demanded a CBI probe, alleging serious conflict of interest by Dhoni and others.

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