N. Srinivasan Worships in Kerala Temple

The Mudgal probe committee, in its report to the Supreme Court, said while he was aware of violations, N. Srinivasan was not involved in IPL match-fixing and did not scuttle investigations.

Updated: November 17, 2014 18:53 IST
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N Srinivasan being received at the Raja Rajeswara Temple in Kannur.


On a day of relief for him in the match fixing issue, BCCI President in exile N Srinivasan on Monday, worshipped at the famous Rajarajaeswara Temple at Taliparamba in Kannur district in Kerala. (Srinivasan not involved in IPL match-fixing, didn't act against guilty: Mudgal report | Top 10 developments)

Srinivasan who arrived at the temple in the morning offered the 'ponninkudam', a major offering to the presiding diety Lord Siva.

According to temple officials, Srinivasan who was accompanied by some senior officials of India Cements, spent about 30 minutes in the ancient temple.

Famous personalities who have visited the temple in the past include former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and BJP leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa.

The Mudgal committee report today informed the Supreme Court that Srinivasan was not involved in match fixing activity.

The panel also told the Apex Court that he was not found to be involved in scuttling probe into the match fixing scam.

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