New Delhi: Live updates: 3.31 pm: BCCI sources: "Right now powers of the Treasurer and Secretary are with Jagmohan Dalmiya. In effect, he enjoys all the powers of the president. The probe panel could be formed this week. Replacements of Jagdale and Shirke have to be found. They are unlikely to return."
3.17 pm: The meeting between Delhi Police and BCCI ex-secretary Sanjay Jagdale has ended. The meeting lasted two hours and IPL CEO Sundar Raman was also present.
1.40 pm: The meeting between the Delhi Police and former BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale has begun in Delhi.
11.38 pm: The judicial custody of betting suspects Gurunath Meiyappan and Vindoo Dara Singh was extended till June 14 on Monday.
11.21 am: The Delhi Police on Monday said it will speak to former BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale to "understand BCCI's role in the agreement between IPL team Rajasthan Royals and the accused cricketers". The Delhi Police stressed Jagdale won't be questioned.
Jagdale is expected to reach Delhi around noon.
The agreement that Rajasthan Royals had given to the Delhi Police is a tripartite one, between the BCCI, the team and the cricketers - S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan.
On the basis of this contract, Rajasthan Royals had become a complainant in the case under section IPC 409 which is related to criminal breach of trust.
Since they have arrested the cricketer (accused) and examined the team RR (complainant) in this case, the police now want to examine BCCI's role in the agreement.
The police want to understand the revenue model in this agreement. The police want to see if the BCCI too wants to become the complainant in this case.