Azad also said that the BCCI should be immediately brought under the ambit of the Right To Information act.
The franchise will come out with an official statement once the IPL governing council ratifies the decision of the working committee.
Niranjan Shah also said that N Srinivasan is most certain to chair the BCCI Working Committee meeting on August 2.
N Srinivasan is likely to return as BCCI president after the probe report gave his son-in-law Gurunath Meyippan a clean chit in spot-fixing charges.
The question being raised is whether the BCCI rushed with its probe report to pave the way for N Srinivasan's early return as the board's chief.
BJP leader Kirti Azad said the BCCI has turned into a corporate house which conducts its own internal investigation.
BCCI Working Committee is scheduled to meet again on August 2 to ratify all the decisions taken at today's meeting in Kolkata.
According to sources, the two-member inquiry panel report on Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra is unlikely to come up as there is no clarity on the two.
Sources say there is no clarity whether Gurunath Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra were questioned.
Ajit Chandila still in jail, Kundras away on vacation and Sreesanth reportedly awaiting his acting debut.
Kundra was suspended by the BCCI after he was interrogated by the Delhi Police in connection with the IPL betting case.
Delhi Police's reply states that prima facie Goenka's allegations are untrue, sources said.
Nearly a month since the first dramatic arrests were made, are the IPL probes running out of steam? The accused cricketers are out on bail and cases against team bosses under suspicion appear to be floundering.
Umesh Goenka had earlier confessed that both Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra were involved in betting.
Sawant said its a challenging role under the prevailing circumstances and reflected his views on Kundra being sacked
CNN-IBN's cricket experts Pradeep Magazine and Shishir Hattangadi discuss BCCI's apprehension following the suspension of Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra.
'All sorts of accusations were made against me without proof, by people in powerful positions,' he said in a statement.
The decision was taken in the BCCI's emergent working committee meeting on Monday, putting a question mark on Rajasthan Royals' future.
The post of the Treasurer was vacant after Ajay Shirke had resigned following the IPL scandal.
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