New Delhi: The Madhavan Committee, set by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to examine the players named by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in its report, is also on the same lines as that of the investigating agency, BCCI president Dr A C Muthaiah said on Monday. The 340-page Madhavan Report also mentions the names of five players and nothing has been found against Kapil Dev, he told reporters before meeting Sports minister Uma Bharti. Dr Muthaiah told reporters that the BCCI would make public the Madhavan Report after the Special General Body Meeting on November 29 in Calcutta. Mr Madhavan has gone through the CBI report and given advice to take action, Dr Muthaiah said, without elaborating on the action. Sports minister Uma Bharti told reporters, "I have called the BCCI president (Dr Muthaiah) for a meeting and I want to know what were the views of Madhavan Committee on the CBI report."