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BCCI seeks clarification by SC over Srinivasan attending meetings

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has moved the Supreme Court on Saturday seeking explanation whether N Srinivasan can attend its meetings after being barred from contesting the Board's election.

The August 28 meet to discuss the fate of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals in IPL was cancelled by BCCI, although Srinivasan insisted on attending it as representative of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association. This was done as the cricket board lacked legal clarity on whether the former president of BCCI could be part of the meetings.

N Srinivasan was barred by the apex court from contesting the BCCI President's post on the ground of conflict of interest which cropped up in view of the IPL spot-fixing scandal.

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