Deepankar Kaur | cricket20
The BCCI have adjourned their disciplinary hearing after the hearing set up to probe the charges of financial irregularities against suspended IPL commissioner Lalit Modi wasn’t completed on time.
The hearings have already been delayed for two days after Modi appealed to the Bombay High Court to remove BCCI vice president Arun Jaitley and interim IPL commissioner Chirayu Amin from the committee claiming the pair were biased against Modi.
The disciplinary committee will now meet again on Sunday, September 26th at the Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi, with two more meetings taking place as planned on the following Monday and Tuesday.
The BCCI have also set aside Wednesday, September 29th to allow them to havean additional session if they run out of time during the previous three days.
The disciplinary committee will cross-examine BCCI witnesses; IPL chief executive Sundar Raman, and Peter Griffiths, John Loffhagen, and Paul Manning from management group IMG.
"It is made clear that the recording of the cross-examination of Mr Peter Griffiths, Mr John Loffhagen, Mr Paul Manning and Mr Sundar Raman would be endeavoured to be concluded during this time," said a BCCI spokesman.