The Apex Court also asked Srinivasan to furnish details of shareholding of India Cements and composition of its Board members.

The Supreme Court also observed that CSK, an IPL team owned by suspended BCCI chief N Srinivasan's company India Cements, should be suspended without "further enquiry".

''You (Srinivasan) are only assuming that you have been given a clean chit. Don’t go by the Mudgal panel conclusion alone. The question is whether you should at all be serving the BCCI,'' the bench of justices TS Thakur and FMI Kalifullah said last week.

''Conflict of interest is a serious issue. IPL seems to be a mutually cooperative benefit society between BCCI and IPL teams.''

The SC further proposed that BCCI election can be held but persons named in Mudgal report will not contest and new board will take decision on IPL-6 scam.

CSK, led by India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is owned by the India Cements company of which Srinivasan is the managing director and has won the cash rich IPL twice.

Besides that the Dhoni-led team has also won the Champions League twice.

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