An investigation into scandals in the Indian Premier League has cleared Indian and world cricket chief Narayanaswami Srinivasan of corruption, the Supreme Court heard on Monday.
"This individual was not involved in match-fixing activities. This individual was not involved in scuttling investigations into match-fixing," said a report by an investigative panel released to the court.
However, the report does state that Srinivasan, along with four other BCCI officials, knew about an IPL player violating the code of conduct, but took no action.
The panel, which was appointed by the court last year, submitted its findings earlier this month, but they were only made public on Monday.
The panel honed in on Srinivasan and three other top officials including his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan, who was the team principal of the Chennai Super Kings franchise.