Madras: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have summoned the five cricketers - Mohammed Azharuddin, Ajay Jadeja, Nayan Mongia, Manoj Prabhakar and Ajay Sharma - ordered the five players to appear before the disciplinary committee in Calcutta on Tuesday.The BCCI said only the concerned players - and no other person including a lawyer - would be allowed to appear before the three-member committee comprising BCCI president Dr A C Muthiah and two vice-presidents, K M Ram Prasad and C K Khanna.The BCCI said the players were free to furnish further explanations and present any documentary evidence they wanted to prove their innocence. The players have been summoned before the disciplinary committee following the report submitted by Special Commissioner K Madhavan to the BCCI chief on Saturday.The BCCI suspended the five players after a match-fixing report by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was made public earlier this month. The BCCI then instituted an internal inquiry headed by former CBI joint director K Madhavan.
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