IPL Scam: Aditya Verma Urges Supreme Court to Hand Over Sealed Envelope to Lodha Panel
In his petition, Aditya Verma has urged the Supreme Court to reveal names of 13 players who have been named in a sealed envelope by the Justice Mudgal probe panel in 2013 IPL scam.
The unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar on Monday filed an application with a plea to Supreme Court to hand over the sealed cover and reports submitted by the Justice Mudgal Committee in the Supreme Court to the Justice Lodha Committee. (No Threat of Sponsors Withdrawing From IPL: Chairman Rajeev Shukla)
Petitioner in the 2013 Indian Premier League spot-fixing case, association secretary Aditya Verma has appealed to the apex court to send the 1st Report and the full text of the 3rd Report of Justice Mudgal Committee to the Justice Lodha Committee. (Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals' Fate in BCCI's Hands: RM Lodha)
In the sealed cover, the Justice Mudgal Committee referred to the allegations against 13 persons. (Sreesanth Discharged in Indian Premier League 2013 Spot-Fixing Case)
But the Committee made it clear that they were only allegations and were not established and, therefore, the report was being submitted in sealed cover so as not to sully the reputation of any innocent person. (IPL Spot-Fixing: Top-10 Developments)
According to the Justice Mudgal Committee, these allegations in the report submitted in sealed cover require verification and investigation. (BCCI Officials to Sign No Conflict of Interest Undertaking)
Thereafter, one part of the 3rd Report containing details of investigation about the 13 persons including Srinivasan was also made available to SC. (MCA Not to Appeal Ankeet Chavan Ban)