IPL Governing Council names 3-member enquiry committee to probe spot-fixing allegations

While Jagdale is the BCCI member, the two retired judges are the independent members, who will launch an enquiry into the allegations.

updated: May 28, 2013 22:26 IST
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The Indian Premier League Governing Council appointed a three-member commission of inquiry on Tuesday (May 28) that will look into the charges against M Gurunath, formerly Team Principal of Chennai Super Kings, as well as the three Rajasthan Royals cricketers who have been arrested for alleged spot-fixing.

N Srinivasan, the BCCI president, had earlier said that the panel would include two BCCI officials and one independent member, but in a statement released by Sanjay Jagdale, the BCCI secretary, it was confirmed that two of the three members would be from outside the BCCI.

The two are Justice T Jayaram Chouta, former judge of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu High Courts, and Justice R Balasubramanian, former judge of Tamil Nadu High Court. Jagdale will be the third member of the commission.

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