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Mumbai: Shashank Manohar, President, BCCI, and his senior colleagues will meet International Management Group (IMG) officials at the Cricket Centre here on Monday.
The IMG officials include Andrew Wildblood (senior Vice-President), Paul Manning and John Loffhagen, both legal experts who have been involved with franchise bids process, media rights and player auction since 2008.
Ever since Lalit Modi was suspended by the BCCI under Rules and Regulations 32 (vii) on April 26, senior BCCI officials have gathered information largely from Sundar Raman, CEO, IPL, and from the first group of eight franchises on the ownership details.
The IMG officials have been asked to produce all documents and explain in detail the process followed in connection with the franchise bids, media rights and player auction.
IMG received Rs. 43 crore for season I and Rs. 33 crore for season II.
It has been revised to Rs. 27 crore from season III.
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