Indian court issues instructions to file a case against IPL organizers

Wednesday, 03 April 2013 - 19:15


The Bombay High Court  said that Maharashtra government should consider taking legal action against  cricket associations, who have defaulted on arrears to the police for providing security cover during the IPL matches, if they failed to pay the dues by the 18th.

These IPL matches were held in 2010-11 and 2011-12.


The Vidarbha Cricket Association has to pay 24 Million 278,373 Rupees for the security given during three matches held in 2010.


Sunder Raman, COO of IPL has to pay Rs 59,371,364 and the Maharashtra Cricket Association has arrears up to 413,445 Rs.

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