New Delhi: According to a report in the Times of India, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) argued in Madras High Court that Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd (CSKCL) wasn't a legal entity and hence it could not file a writ petition.
BCCI's response came after CSK Cricket Ltd filed a petition against Justice Lodha committee's verdict in the Madras High Court.
“The said CSK is not a legal entity as such. It is the second respondent (India Cements) who participated in the proceedings before the Bombay High Court, Supreme Court, HPPC, DPC, as owner of the franchisee CSK... Though the writ petitioner was incorporated on 19.12.2014, it did not choose to appear before the Hon'ble Supreme Court,” read BCCI's counter affidavit.