"I have always believed that in many parts of the world where proceedings of courts have been televised particularly in Britain and also in Canada, the judiciary has only stood to gain by being utterly transparent", he said in a letter to to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
"I do not see why a matter which involves cricket and in particular which has long term implications must not be dealt with in the same fashion", he said.
Formally accepting to head the Commission to probe alleged financial irregularities and wrongdoings in the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA), Subramaniam said its formation was in tune with provisions in the Constitution, notwithstanding Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's reservations over it.
Subramaniam said that in view of the resolution passed by the Delhi Assembly to form the Commission, it was incumbent upon the city government to set up the same as the House was a 'State legislature for all practical purposes'.

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"In any view, I have taken the opinion that in view of the express words of Article 239AA of the Constitution of India and in particular the Legislative Assembly being treated as a state legislature for the purposes of Article 324 to Article 326 and 329 of the Constitution, I am left in no doubt that this is a state legislature for all practical purposes, added Subramaniam.

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