Srinivasan should stay away

29 May 2013 01:58 AM

Srinivasan should stay away

Updated 29 May 2013 01:58 AM

Beleaguered BCCI President N Srinivasan today found himself under intense pressure to quit after two BCCI heavyweights IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla and Board vice-President Arun Jaitley asked him to stay away till investigations against his son-in-law were completed in the IPL spot-fixing scandal. A day after senior Board functionary Jyotiraditya Scindia raised the first voice of dissent Shukla and Jaitley joined forces to create pressure on Srinivasan to stay away for the sake of Indian crickets image. It also indicated a hardening of stand among some of the key members of the Board who are active politicians and could prompt others to make similar demands.

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