The Supreme Court of India has directed that the findings of the Mudgal Panel, as far as they relate to the non-cricketers be made public. The Mudgal Panel, which was empowered by the Supreme Court to investigate the spot-fixing in 6th edition of the Indian Premier League had submitted its final report to the Supreme Court recently.
Earlier, the Apex Court had put forward a question, asking if the revealing of names will cause damage to the reputation of such persons.
Meanwhile, as per reports, BCCI submitted to the Apex Court that its annual general meeting has been postponed. It is through AGM that the BCCI elections are held.
Reportedly, reports regarding N Srinivasan, GurunathMeiyappan, Raj Kundra and Sundar Raman have been ordered to be disclosed. However, the names of cricketers have not been disclosed as per the Supreme Court order. Because of the investigation, the then BCCI President N Srinivasan was forced to resign from his position.
The next date of hearing has been fixed as November 24.