Thakur, who was present in the court, said he had never intended to file any false information before the apex court and filed an affidavit explaining the circumstances under which the averments made by him led to the initiation of contempt proceedings.
I respect Supreme Court as any citizen should. If Supreme Court judges feel that BCCI could do better under retired judges, I wish them all the best. I am sure Indian cricket will do well under their guidance," said Anurag Thakur.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Ajay Shirke said that the fate of the fifth and final Test against England, scheduled from December 16 in Chennai was still undecided following the death of Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa.