In its sixth status report, the Supreme Court appointed Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Committee of Administrations has slammed BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry and accused him of ‘unruly behavior’.
In this exclusive newsbreak, Republic has accessed a copy of the COA report which highlights of Anirudh Chaudhary has been signing documents under pressure and ‘protest.’
In the letter accessed by Republic TV’s Suman Ray, Anirudh Chaudhary says,
‘all legal matters handled only by CEO and I don't have complete update on things to my satisfaction. I don't have access to contracts of BCCI and would need to see contracts before I could have certified regarding them.’
The COA report further reads,
“I wish to reiterate that I have expressed some points on accounts of which I was faced with uncertainty and which were proving to be an impediment for me to sign documents of my own violation”
The last line reads,
"Currently, I have signed those documents under protest."
Furthermore, the report exposes BCCI officials for non-compliance of Lodha recommendations.
Meanwhile, Supreme Court had on Monday adjourned the BCCI case till February 23 but not before placing it on record that the sixth status report by Committee of Administrators (COA) has been filed before it.