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Thursday, 19 May 2016

Haryana govt to probe Chetan Sharma's charges against HCA

Chandigarh: Haryana Sports Minister Anil Vij on Wednesday said a high-level inquiry would probe the matter after former Test cricketer Chetan Sharma wrote to him levelling charges of corruption, nepotism, mismanagement and financial bungling in the Haryana Cricket Association.
"The allegations levelled by Chetan Sharma would be thoroughly probed by the state government and strict action would be taken against anyone found guilty," Vij said after receiving Chetan's complaint in this regard here.
Vij said that before this also he had received many complaints regarding alleged irregularities committed by various sports bodies attached with many games and on which appropriate actions is being taken.
HCA secretary Anirudh Chaudhry termed the allegations as "false and baseless" and said the cricket body will soon sit and decide to take legal action into the false allegations which are being levelled.
"I am submitting the present application to expose corruption, nepotism, arbitrariness and mismanagement in the functioning of the Haryana Cricket Association," Chetan Sharma, who met the Minister, wrote in his application, in which he had requested for a high level probe into his allegations.
In his application to Vij, a copy of which he also forwarded to Haryana's Governor and Chief Minister, besides Registrar General, Supreme Court in reference to the Lodha Committee report, Chetan also requested the Manohar Lal Khattar-led BJP government to conduct an inquiry into "corruption, nepotism, mismanagement in HCA, financial bungling in the purchase of lad at Jhajjar by HCA, lack of cricketing infrastructure in Haryana, failure to develop cricketing talent at district level".

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