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BCCI cracks whip, suspends five players

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NEW DELHI, May 15 (PTI): Five uncapped Indian players were today suspended with immediate effect pending completion of an inquiry as a rattled BCCI cracked the whip on tainted cricketers in the wake of a television sting operation which claimed to have exposed corruption in the cash-rich IPL.

The strong action to suspend Mohnish Mishra, Shalabh Srivastava, TP Sudhindra, Amit Yadav and Abhinav Bali was taken after a lengthy tele-conference of top BCCI officials and members of the IPL�s Governing Council.

The BCCI decided to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the incident by Ravi Sawani, the former chief of the ICC�s Anti-Corruption Unit who is now heading the BCCI�s newly set-up Anti-Corruption Unit.

�The IPL Governing Council met on teleconference today at 2:30 pm and they recommended to the BCCI President for strict action against those players who were found guilty and found suspicious on the television footage shown on India TV,� IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla told reporters here.

�Since it also involved matter relating to other matches and previous IPL, it was referred to the President. The president after due consideration has decided to have a preliminary inquiry for which a commissioner has been appointed. Mr Ravi Sawani who was the ICC ACSU chief and now advisor will conduct the inquiry and he will submit a report to the Disciplinary Committee,� he said.

�Pending inquiry the five players have been suspended from all cricket activities with immediate effect. We will await the report of the preliminary inquiry and proper action will be taken only after that,� he added.

Television channel India TV yesterday claimed to have blown the lid off �murky deals� in the IPL among players, organisers, owners and big guns of Indian cricket.

That some tough measures would be taken against the players was evident when the BCCI president N Srinivasan, who is currently at Kodaikanal, made it clear that no player would be spared if found guilty.

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BCCI cracks whip, suspends five players

NEW DELHI, May 15 (PTI): Five uncapped Indian players were today suspended with immediate effect pending completion of an inquiry as a rattled BCCI cracked the whip on tainted cricketers in the wake of a television sting operation which claimed to have exposed corruption in the cash-rich IPL.

The strong action to suspend Mohnish Mishra, Shalabh Srivastava, TP Sudhindra, Amit Yadav and Abhinav Bali was taken after a lengthy tele-conference of top BCCI officials and members of the IPL�s Governing Council.

The BCCI decided to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the incident by Ravi Sawani, the former chief of the ICC�s Anti-Corruption Unit who is now heading the BCCI�s newly set-up Anti-Corruption Unit.

�The IPL Governing Council met on teleconference today at 2:30 pm and they recommended to the BCCI President for strict action against those players who were found guilty and found suspicious on the television footage shown on India TV,� IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla told reporters here.

�Since it also involved matter relating to other matches and previous IPL, it was referred to the President. The president after due consideration has decided to have a preliminary inquiry for which a commissioner has been appointed. Mr Ravi Sawani who was the ICC ACSU chief and now advisor will conduct the inquiry and he will submit a report to the Disciplinary Committee,� he said.

�Pending inquiry the five players have been suspended from all cricket activities with immediate effect. We will await the report of the preliminary inquiry and proper action will be taken only after that,� he added.

Television channel India TV yesterday claimed to have blown the lid off �murky deals� in the IPL among players, organisers, owners and big guns of Indian cricket.

That some tough measures would be taken against the players was evident when the BCCI president N Srinivasan, who is currently at Kodaikanal, made it clear that no player would be spared if found guilty.

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