Laxman and Tendulkar had lengthy depositions before Jain and the next date of hearing is scheduled on May 20 when they could be represented by their lawyers.
The complainant Sanjeev Gupta also deposed separately and it is learnt that Jain, who is also the BCCI Ombudsman, has asked them to give written submission of their depositions.
Taking to Twitter, the off-spinner expressed his shock over the events involving Gambhir and said that whether he wins or loses is another matter but the man is above all this.
Both cricketers have denied having any conflict and in fact, blamed BCCI for the mess regarding their dual roles.
Laxman was asked to explain his position as Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) member and mentor of Sunrisers Hyderabad by CoA.
Tendulkar is Mumbai Indians' mentor and Laxman is in the same capacity for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
With the Indian Premier League, which begins Saturday, culminating days before the World Cup, there has been a lot of talk around managing the workload of the players during the next two months.
Indian cricketers poured in their thoughts and condemned the attacks on the security forces.
In fact, even in the first chapter of VVS Laxman's book, the cricketer vividly describes the test match in which he scored 281.
A Dronacharya Award — in 1990 — may underscore his nous as the man who could chisel cricketing talent.
Dravid also lavished praise at his stroke-making capabilities during the epic knock.
The CAC, comprising Laxman, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, picked Kumble as national coach in 2016.
Shaken by the match-fixing scandal, Indian cricket was going through a turbulent time at the start of the 21st century when Sourav Ganguly took charge of the team.
Laxman said that his partner and former India batsman Rahul Dravid constantly motivated him through their partnership.
Laxman handpicked his maiden century against Australia at Sydney in 2000 as the best of the lot out of his 17 Test tons.