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Decision on Bikash Baruah likely on Dec 10

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GUWAHATI, Jan 3 - The disciplinary sub-committee, which called a meeting to discuss the issue of reported recovery of some cheques from the office of tainted Assam Cricket Association (ACA) secretary, Bikash Baruah, has sought the governing body�s interference in this connection.

According to ACA sources, the disciplinary sub-committee comprising Dr Brojen Gohain, Pradip Buragohain, Sanjiv Handique and Jiten Das after a discussion forwarded its report to the governing body. The governing body will take a decision on this regard on January 10, sources added. Baruah has also been asked to give an explanation regarding the matter.

�A total of 61 cheques worth Rs 17, 71, 523 meant for players, issued by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2010 were held back by the secretary. The cheques were recovered from the official table of Baruah on December 23. He has been asked to give an explanation regarding the matter,� a source added.

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Decision on Bikash Baruah likely on Dec 10

GUWAHATI, Jan 3 - The disciplinary sub-committee, which called a meeting to discuss the issue of reported recovery of some cheques from the office of tainted Assam Cricket Association (ACA) secretary, Bikash Baruah, has sought the governing body�s interference in this connection.

According to ACA sources, the disciplinary sub-committee comprising Dr Brojen Gohain, Pradip Buragohain, Sanjiv Handique and Jiten Das after a discussion forwarded its report to the governing body. The governing body will take a decision on this regard on January 10, sources added. Baruah has also been asked to give an explanation regarding the matter.

�A total of 61 cheques worth Rs 17, 71, 523 meant for players, issued by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2010 were held back by the secretary. The cheques were recovered from the official table of Baruah on December 23. He has been asked to give an explanation regarding the matter,� a source added.

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