Chennai: Indian Cements Ltd (ICL), owner of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is planning to move the Supreme Court against the order of the court appointed committee suspending the team from Indian Premier League for two years. Top sources in the company said they held discussions on the Lodha committee recommendations and decided they would approach the apex court seeking relief.
On the other hand, After the three-member committee headed by former Supreme Court judge RM Lodha banned Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the cash-rich IPL for two years, The Board Of Control For Cricket In India on Tuesday are considering to bring in two more new teams in the league, sources told CNN-IBN. According to the sources two new teams could fetch BCCI around $100 millions. However, Chennai Super King and Rajasthan Royal can still challenge the punishment given by Lodha committee.