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Mumbai court admits plea seeking criminal case against Srinivasan

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May 29, 2013 at 04:50pm IST

Mumbai: A Mumbai court on Wednesday accepted a plea for a criminal case against BCCI chief N Srinivasan and other board officials.

The petitioner, Naresh Makhani, said in his complaint that he had bought tickets for the IPL matches and felt cheated after the spot-fixing case came to light. The hearing on the plea will be on May 31.

The troubles don't seem to end for Srinivasan who is under pressure to resign after the involvement of his son-in-law came to light.

Mumbai court admits plea seeking criminal case against Srinivasan

The petitioner, Naresh Makhani, said in his complaint that he had bought tickets for the IPL matches and felt cheated after the spot-fixing case came to light.

Gurunath Meiyappan is presently in police custody.

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