New Delhi: The BCCI top brass is turning up the heat on Board president N Srinivasan. Former ICC chief Sharad Pawar on Wednesday broke his silence on the IPL scandal. At a press meet in New Delhi, Pawar said the Home Ministry must order an investigation into all IPL matches this year.
He stopped short of calling for Srinivasan's resignation, saying he was sad about the incidents in cricket.
Pawar added that he wouldn't have allowed such things to happen.
Earlier IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla had said that Srinivasan should stay away from the procedure till the probe into his son-in-law's involvement in the betting scandal was complete.
Srinivasan reacted saying Shukla only confirmed what he had said himself on Ssunday, that he would not be involved with the probe.