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Updated: May 18, 2013 04:00 IST

BCCI meeting on May 19

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The Working Committee of the BCCI will discuss, among other things, the fallout of the spot-fixing controversy in the ongoing IPL.
The Hindu The Working Committee of the BCCI will discuss, among other things, the fallout of the spot-fixing controversy in the ongoing IPL.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has convened a working committee meeting at Chennai on May 19.

Sanjay Jagdale, Secretary, BCCI, has said in a press release that the committee will discuss among other things the fallout of the spot-fixing controversy in the ongoing IPL in which three players have been arrested by the Delhi police.

He has also said that Amit Singh, a registered player with the Gujarat Cricket Association, has been suspended by the BCCI pending inquiry.

IF you are REALLY interested in promoting the GAME, do ONE thing now-
SUSPEND ALL CRICKET ACTIVITY FOR ONE FULL YEAR - SAY ALL DOORS CLOSED -
AND NO MATCHES OR TOURNAMENTS WILL BE ARRANGED OR PLAYED - and then
stick to it; SEE THE EFFECT ON PLAYERS and later resume the game after
selecting ONLY honest sincere folks into the game and entertain public !
THAT MEANS IMPRISONMENT FOR ALL IN CRICKET - PLAYERS ORGANISERS PUBLIC
!! TRY THIS SOLUTION AND YOU MAY FIND A NEW BREED OF PEOPLE TO HELP !!!

from:  Rita Jaisingh
Posted on: May 18, 2013 at 11:27 IST
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