However, BCCI's acting President Jagmohan Dalmiya and board secretary Sanjay Patel have denied receiving any such report. No BCCI official was willing to speak over the issue.
"We have not received any report... I've absolutely no idea about it," Dalmiya said.  But insiders claim that the report was submitted on Thursday and the verdict would be read out absolving Meiyappan of the betting charges in BCCI’s Working Committee meet schedule for Sunday.

A verdict in favour of Meiyappan would pave the way for Srinivasan into the BCCI as he had stepped aside from his post of president after Mumbai Police had levelled charges against his son-in-law in the spot-fixing and betting scandal.

Srinivasan's return would also mean that he will be technically eligible to contest in the Board's elections in September. BCCI had announced a three-member commission on May 28 to conduct the internal inquiry into the alleged involvement of team owners in IPL match-fixing.


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