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CoA set to refer Rahul-Pandya matter to Ombudsman

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NEW DELHI, March 6: The Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket will refer the investigation into Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul�s loose talk on women to the BCCI�s newly-appointed Ombudsman DK Jain during a meeting here on Thursday. Rahul and Pandya were provisionally suspended for their sexist remarks on a popular TV show but their suspension was eventually revoked pending an inquiry.

Now that the Ombudsman has been appointed by the Supreme Court to resolve disputes, he will take a call on the case involving Rahul and Pandya.

�This is the first full fledged meeting of the CoA after the appointment of the Ombudsman. We would be discussing various issues,� CoA Chairman Vinod Rai told PTI without getting into the specifics of the Rahul and Pandya controversy.

Jain, a former Supreme Court judge, on Tuesday told PTI that he was waiting for the CoA to refer him any matter, including Pandya and Rahul�s case. � PTI

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CoA set to refer Rahul-Pandya matter to Ombudsman

NEW DELHI, March 6: The Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket will refer the investigation into Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul�s loose talk on women to the BCCI�s newly-appointed Ombudsman DK Jain during a meeting here on Thursday. Rahul and Pandya were provisionally suspended for their sexist remarks on a popular TV show but their suspension was eventually revoked pending an inquiry.

Now that the Ombudsman has been appointed by the Supreme Court to resolve disputes, he will take a call on the case involving Rahul and Pandya.

�This is the first full fledged meeting of the CoA after the appointment of the Ombudsman. We would be discussing various issues,� CoA Chairman Vinod Rai told PTI without getting into the specifics of the Rahul and Pandya controversy.

Jain, a former Supreme Court judge, on Tuesday told PTI that he was waiting for the CoA to refer him any matter, including Pandya and Rahul�s case. � PTI