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BCCI president N. Srinivasan, facing uncomfortable questions over his son-in-law's arrest in the spot fixing scam, attended a dinner thrown by former board chief Jagmohan Dalmiya here Saturday, amid speculation that some BCCI members have come together to ensure his exit from Indian cricket's apex body.
Besides Dalmiya and Srinivasan, Indian Premier League Commissioner Rajeev Shukla, board vice president Chitrak Mitra and functionaries of Cricket Association of Bengal were present at the dinner in a South Kolkata five-star hotel.
A veteran board member said Srinivasan's position has become untenable with the sponsors of Indian cricket threatening to withdraw if he continued to head the board.
Indian team sponsors Sahara India chief Subrata Roy has pulled his team Pune Warriors from the IPL and described BCCI's style of functioning undr Srinivasan as "disgusting, irritating and frustrating".
"A person like Srinivasan does not know how to run cricket. Sahara will not sponsor team India as long as N. Srinivasan stays as its chief," Roy was quoted as saying by a TV channel.
IPL sponsors Pepsi has also reportedly informed the Indian board that it would review its association with the league. ...
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