IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla and BCCI vice-President Arun Jaitley on Friday met Law Minister Kapil Sibal, demanding that a strong anti-fixing legislation be made to curb the malpractice from sports.

Indian cricket has been thrown into disarray because of the IPL spot-fixing scandal which led to the arrest of three players, including Test pacer S Sreesanth, and several bookies with underworld connections.

BCCI President N Srinivasan's son-in-law is now arrested after his name cropped up during the interrogation of betting suspect and Bollywood actor Vindoo Dara Singh.

Reacting to N Srinivasan, Shukla said, "The (BCCI's) Ravi Sawani Committee is already investigating. Let him submit a report. The Disciplinary Committee will take a final view on it."

"Let the Mumbai Police submit its report on the matter," he added.