Disqualify CSK from IPL, observes Supreme Court

New Delhi, Nov 27: The Supreme Court on Thursday observed that the IPL team Chennai Super Kings should be suspended "without further inquiry".

While hearing the case today, the apex court asked ICC Boss N Srinivasan to furnish details of the share holding of India Cements, which owns the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Cements, and its Board members. 

The court said that the BCCI election can be held barring the persons named in Mudgal Committee report not to contest. The new board will take the decision on IPL 6 scam.

"BCCI must put an end to all these controversies," Supreme Court added.

Meanwhile, BCCI submitted a report recommending an external commission be set up to hand out punishment to persons found guilty in the Mudgal committee report.

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