Bombay High Court rejects cricket Board's plea

Updated: 27 December 2010 08:55 IST

The Bombay High Court on Monday rejected the BCCI's appeal against stay order on Disciplinary Committee proceedings against Lalit Modi.

Mumbai:

The Bombay High Court on Monday rejected the BCCI's appeal against the stay in further proceedings of Disciplinary Committee enquiring charges against former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi.

The court said there is no urgency in the matter and BCCI can move court when the court reopens in January.

Earlier on Saturday, The Bombay High Court had stayed the proceedings of BCCI disciplinary committee probing allegations of financial irregularities against former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi till January 10 next year.

Topics : Cricket
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