The Board of Control for Cricket in India has reserved its orders on the recusal application by former Indian Premier league Commissioner Lalit Modi.

The decision was taken at the end of the Disciplinary Committee meeting held here on Sunday. Modi had been seeking the recusal of Arun Jaitley, Jyotiraditya Scindia and Chirayu Amin from the disciplinary committee.

In a press release, the Board CAO Prof Shetty said the respective counsels had put forward their arguments. "Mr. (V) Dhond has completed his argument on the recusal application. Mr. P R Raman, on behalf of the BCCI, has made his argument to which Mr. Dhond has given his rejoinder. We reserve our orders on the recusal application. Both parties would be informed of the order as soon as it is pronounced," Prof Shetty said.

The hearing was adjourned without fixing the next date.


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