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Will banks, FIs run CSK, RR two years?

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Published on August 21, 2015 with No Comments

The working group formed by the Indian cricket board (BCCI) to study the order of the Lodha Committee on two Indian Premier League teams, Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, has come up with several options which will be deliberated upon at BCCI’s working committee’s meeting on August 28 in Kolkata, reports Indranil Basu.

Based on the suggestions given by different stakeholders of the game, the group will first submit its report by Friday to the governing council of the IPL.

According to a leading daily from India, among the suggestions short-listed by the group, is the option of handing over the two suspended IPL teams to banks or reliable financial institutions.

The board also has the option of auctioning the two teams. However, the general sentiment of both BCCI and IPL teams is to continue with the two suspended teams without floating tenders for new franchises.


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