New Delhi: "There is more corruption in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) than in cricket," was the cryptic remark of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Disciplinary Committee member Kamal Morarka on Tuesday. Mr Morarka, however, failed to further elaborate his comment.The comment from the BCCI official came after the Disciplinary Committee heard the players following the submission of report by Special Commissioner K Madhavan. The BCCI verdict on the players is expected to be announced at Calcutta on Wednesday following the Special General Body meeting of the Board. The Disciplinary Committee meeting headed by BCCI chief Dr A C Muthiah was held at the Taj Mansingh hotel. All the five players summoned by the Board and former physio Ali Irani presented themselves before the committee.Ajay Jadeja, one of the accused in the CBI match-fixing report, emerged from his hearing still protesting his innocence. "I have not changed anything," Jadeja said. "What I have said at previous press conferences, I repeated to the Board members."Asked whether he was optimistic about the BCCI judgement to be announced in Calcutta, Jadega replied, "Let's wait and see."