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According to the report Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla has just spoken to reporters, saying that the BCCI will give full support to the fixing probe. He said: “The findings and recommendations should be implemented and not sent to the BCCI. We want the strongest punishment for those who are at fault.” He added: “Jaitley and I have requested Srinivasan to step down till probe is over, it is upto him to decide.He should stay away till probe against his son-in-law in on.” Rajeev Shukla told reporters in Delhi on Wednesday that during the period of the investigation, it has been suggested that Srinivasan stay away. Shukla was speaking after a meeting with Arun Jaitley, a BCCI vice-president and an influential member in the Board. "He is an elected president and we have suggested that he should stay away till the probe is over. It is finally his decision to step aside or not but considering the image of the Board, Srinivasan can temporarily keep away from BCCI's activities," Shukla said.
sources said that all BCCI member think that Srinivasan should step aside. Yesterday while talking to the Jyotiraditya Scindia, a member of the Board for Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and of its disciplinary committee, said board president N Srinivasan must step down following the arrest of his son-in-law and Chennai Super Kings official Gurunath Meiyappan on charges of betting. "Let me say this that I am not assuming or saying that anyone is guilty. But considering the environment that is around cricket today, considering the fact that we do need to cleanse the sport in every single meaning of the word, I do believe that it would be in the fitness of things if Mr. Srinivasan did step aside until this matter reached a conclusive end in terms of an inquiry," Scindia said. Scindia further said : "If he and his family members, or rather his son-in-law, is absolved then surely he can come back.