The First Bench, comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice TS Sivagnanam, reserved orders on the plea and said the petition filed by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy 'is subject to the result of the present petition'.
The court had on December 1 rejected a plea by Swamy for an early hearing of his PIL challenging the suspension of CSK and Rajathan Royals from IPL and made it clear that it will come up on December 14 and 15, which was scheduled earlier.
When the petition filed by CSK challenging the orders of the Lodha Committee came up yesterday, BCCI informed the Court that it has not recognized CSK as franchise for IPL.
Senior counsel for BCCI AL Somayaji submitted that CSK Cricket Limited is only a brand name of the franchise owned by India Cements Limited.

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