While Sunday's Disciplinary Committee meeting of the Board of Control for Cricket in India ended in an impasse, the proceedings against Lalit Modi could slow down further after his camp's latest demand.
Modi, through his lawyers, has asked the Board to make available to them audio and video recordings of all meetings pertaining to the disciplinary proceedings.
Modi's lawyers became aware that proceedings were being recorded when Arun Jaitley said as much in one of the meetings, a fact that was backed up by secretary N Srinivasan. They then argued that the Board was in an advantageous position in the hearings, as it had access to the recordings of previous meetings while the Modi camp did not.
In this light, Modi's lawyers have asked for copies of audio and video recordings of not only the Disciplinary Committee meetings, but also of four previous Indian Premier League Governing Council meetings and two BCCI Working Committee meetings.
While the Disciplinary Committee has not set a date for its next meeting, this latest request from the Modi camp will give them something fresh to think about.