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BCCI may make audit report public

DNMUM385253 | 3/21/2017 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :529



New Delhi: The committee of administrators (COA), appointed by Supreme Court to run cricket in India, is said to have decided to reveal the massive financial bungling in many state cricket associations by making the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) internal audit report public in the coming days.
Having been restrained by the complex “confidentiality clause” between BCCI and states, the COA’s step is seen as decisive to make all states explain their positions before going public with the report. This has come two days after DNA reported how COA has decided to take action against corrupt states.
“This is necessary under the confidentiality clause for us to give state associations a chance to make their position clear. Fa
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