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Published June 11, 2012
ISSUES IN NEW DELHI: The PRESS TRUST OF INDIA reported that Board For Control Of Cricket In India’s new Anti-Corruption and Security Chief Investigator Ravi Sawani has submitted his inquiry report on allegations of corruption, including spot-fixing, levelled against five uncapped Indian players to the Board president. Sawani, a former head of ICC's anti-corruption and security unit, "interviewed all five tainted players in person." The report will now be studied by the BCCI disciplinary committee comprising of President N Srinivasan and VPs Arun Jaitley and Niranjan Shah, though "no date has been fixed for the panel to meet." The three-member committee will study the report before deciding on final action against the five players, who were suspended by the Board, under BCCI and IPL’s codes of conduct (PTI, 6/9).