Congratulations to the concerned people of the country for taking a mere five years to come to this realization. Srinivasan's conflict of interest seems to have been a well kept secret, and it has required a scandal involving a person not named Srinivasan, in the sixth year of operations, for the people to demand Srinivasan's resignation.
And what exactly are these moral issues that Srinivasan is supposed to have? I sure as hell would be pissed off if I were innocent of any wrong doing and yet people demanded that I resign from my post for the sins of my son in law. You've got to prove that Srinivasan was in the know. Is there even the tiniest shred of evidence to suggest that this was so? If you think the conflict of interest he has with his ownership of CSK is a moral issue, were you guys in hibernation for all these years? Why demand his resignation now? Clearly you people find the Meiyappan angle relevant, you're using it as a trigger, and you're confusing yourselves by linking the two issues together. You guys have a muddled thought process atm. You're all operating out of a blind sense of moral outrage. You just want someone to pay, and Srinivasan has always looked a delicious target. Let the law run it's course. If it finds a link between Meiyappan's betting and Srinivasan, kick him out. If it doesn't, hound the strangely quiet Sharad Pawar and his buddies for tweaking the rules and allowing him to own a franchise.