BCCI's statement after Working Committee meeting

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Published: Monday, June 10, 2013, 16:50 [IST]
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New Delhi, June 10: BCCI's Ravi Sawani on Monday submitted his report to the Indian cricket board after completing the investigation into the alleged spot-fixing involvement of three Rajasthan Royals players - S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan.

BCCI's Working Committee, which met here on Monday, announced some key decisions including confirming India's tour to the Caribbean and New Zealand.

Here is the statement from BCCI after the Working Committee meeting

"The Working Committee of the BCCI met at the Taj Palace, New Delhi, earlier today.

Some key decisions were taken during the meeting.

I. The following appointments were proposed, for the posts of Hony. Secretary and Hony. Treasurer:

Hony. Secretary : Mr. Sanjay Patel
Hony. Treasurer : Mr. Ravi Savant

II. The Probe Commission would now consist of two retired judges:

Justice R. Balasubranian
Justice Jayaram T Chouta

The Commission would look into the complaints received from the IPL against:

1.Mr. Gurunath Meiyappan
2.Mr. Raj Kundra
3.The Chennai Super King Franchise
4.The Rajasthan Royals Franchise

In the meantime, Mr. Raj Kundra has been suspended pending enquiry from participation in cricket activities under the aegis of BCCI.

III. Mr. Ravi Savani, who was appointed to enquire into the alleged match-fixing and spot-fixing allegations against some players, has submitted his interim report to the Disciplinary Committee of the Board.

The Disciplinary Committee decided to issue charge sheets to the concerned players.

IV. The following tours were confirmed:

A. Indian team's tour of the West Indies in June-July 2013.
B. Indian team's tour of Zimbabwe in July-August 2013.
C. India A's tour of South Africa in August 2013.
D. India under-19 team's tour of Australia in June-July 2013,
E. India under-19 team's tour of Sri Lanka in August, 2013.

V. The Working Committee decided to take measures to clean up Indian Cricket. Suggestions will be invited from all quarters, including Franchisees, to ensure that the IPL is conducted in the best possible manner. A separate Working Committee Meeting will be held soon to finalize the action plan."

Mr. Anurag Thakur
Hony. Jt. Secretary


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