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Sawani submits probe report on IPL players

The head of Board of Control for Cricket in India's new anti-corruption wing, Ravi Sawani, submitted his inquiry report on the allegations of corruption, including spot-fixing, levelled against five uncapped Indian Premier League players to the BCCI president on Saturday. HT reports.

cricket Updated: Jun 10, 2012 00:29 IST
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The head of Board of Control for Cricket in India's new anti-corruption wing, Ravi Sawani, submitted his inquiry report on the allegations of corruption, including spot-fixing, levelled against five uncapped Indian Premier League players to the BCCI president on Saturday.

The five - Shalabh Srivastava, Mohnish Mishra, TP Sudhindra, Amit Yadav and Abhinav Bali - were trapped in a sting operation conducted by a television channel last month making claims about spot-fixing in the IPL and domestic cricket and discussing IPL contracts, besides their existing ones.

The report will now be studied by the BCCI's disciplinary committee of Srinivasan, Arun Jaitley and Niranjan Shah.