The Supreme Court had forced Srinivasan to be sidelined from BCCI affairs but did not stop him from attending the ICC meet on April 9 and 10. Verma has strongly objected to the move and said that game's top body should act tough on the Tamil Nadu strongman.
"The highest Court of the country heard the matter. ICC has already violated the court order after allowing Srinivasan to attend the Dubai meet. When a person has been removed of his duties then why is the ICC endorsing Srinivasan. Is it violating its own constitution?," asked Verma in a statement released to the media.
The Apex Court had rejected Srinivasan's plea of being reinstated as the BCCI boss with the Justice Mudgal committee suggesting to carrying out a second round of investigation into the betting and match-fixing allegation that rocked the Indian Premier League season 6.
"This is my third letter to ICC but I am still waiting for a reply. Once again I am repeating my allegations against Srinivasan and some cricketers mentioned in the report of Supreme Court constituted probe panel. I want to know from ICC why it is still keeping silent. Is he obliging you (ICC) with any other way because the entire cricket nation wants your clarification," said an angry Verma.


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