BCCI to probe alleged Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association scam

Updated: 31 March 2012 12:32 IST

In the wake of the widespread allegations of embezzlement of the BCCI grants at the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), the Indian board has decided to take action and has asked its auditors to investigate the matter and prepare a detailed report on the situation.

BCCI to probe alleged Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association scam
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In the wake of the widespread allegations of embezzlement of the BCCI grants at the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), the Indian board has decided to take action and has asked its auditors to investigate the matter and prepare a detailed report on the situation.

"We are asking the auditors to check the JKCA accounts and report back to us," Anurag Thakur, the BCCI joint-secretary, told ESPNcricinfo. According to Thakur there was no deadline set and a final call on the matter would be taken by the BCCI president N Srinivasan once the auditor's report was ready.

The allegations came to light when Muhammad Aslam Goni, the JKCA managing committee chairman, lodged an FIR with the police on March 10 against Ahsan Mirza and Mohammad Saleem Khan - the JKCA general secretary and chief administrative officer respectively - accusing the duo of pushing the BCCI funds into bogus bank accounts created in the name of the association.

But on March 21, Goni himself was dragged into the controversy when majority of the 62 JKCA working committee members claimed Goni, too, was involved in the scam and demanded he resign from the chairman's position. The working committee requested JKCA president Farooq Abdullah to dissolve the current management committee and organise fresh elections at the end of April.

Topics : Cricket Board of Control for Cricket in India Jammu and Kashmir
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