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Published: Monday, January 22, 2001, 23:00 [IST]
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New Delhi: The disciplinary committee of the BCCI has severely criticised Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) and their president IS Bindra, saying their actions have brought disrepute to the game and the Board. However, the working committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which met here on Monday decided to refer the committee's findings to the General Body meeting to be held in Chennai on February 23.The General Body will go into the committee's findings before deciding the fate of PCA and Bindra."Only the General Body is authorised to take the decision against its affiliated unit" BCCI president AC Muthiah told media persons here this afternoon. A senior member of the BCCI told UNI that three-member disciplinary committee headed by Muthiah found IS Bindra's actions not in accordance with the spirit of the game. The committee, according to the member, felt that PCA and Bindra brought disrepute to the Board by their actions and statements. The other members of the committee were Narhari Amin andRamprasad. Mr Bindra, a former president of the BCCI and at present head of the PCA was not present in the meeting. The PCA were represented by their secretary Mohinder Pandav. UNI

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