New Delhi, May 25: Janata Party chief Dr Subramanian Swamy today opposed the demand for resignation of BCCI chief N Srinivasan by drawing a parallel with Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
"If Srinisan has to resign for the wrong doings of his son-in-law, then why is there not a similar demand for Sonia Gandhi's resignation for what Robert Vadra did" he told mediapersons.
Swamy said, interrogation does not make anyone guilty. If a person has to step down due to the act of his son-in-law without any proper evidence, then there are so many people who are to do this, he added.
Swamy demanded an inquiry commission under a Supreme Court judge to probe matchfixing in cricket.
He also advised Srinivasan to hold a press conference and reveal the pressures from the dons of Dubai on BCCI.