Mumbai: Embarrassing gaps in the IPL paper trail have prompted the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to ban its office bearers from taking key documents home with them.
BCCI president Shashank Manohar had last week been forced to admit that much key IPL paperwork was missing.
"It is just a precaution, we have learnt our lesson from the Modi episode," a BCCI official told the Indian Express.
Veteran administrator and onetime ICC boss Jagmohan Dalmiya, is leading the questioning of IPL finances.
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According to the Sydney Morning Herald, former Indian batsman Dilip Vengsarkar is believed to have questioned the limited role played by the state associations in the franchise-driven IPL.
The private ownership of each team has created an environment rich for exploitation, with Modi having until May 11 to adequately answer a string of BCCI accusations.