Nanavati to hear Bhajji, Sree on Friday

Updated: 09 May 2008 06:58 IST

BCCI-appointed Commissioner Sudhir Nanavati will be wrapping up the probe into the Bhajji-Sree row after hearing both the players on Friday.

Ahmedabad: Sudhir Nanavati, BCCI-appointed Commissioner probing the slapping row involving Harbhajan Singh and S Sreesanth, will be wrapping up the investigation after hearing both the players in Ahmedabad on Friday.

Harbhajan and Sreesanth have confirmed to appear before Nanavati, a lawyer, tomorrow after being summoned on May 4.

The Ahmedabad-based lawyer has told reporters that he was "shocked" after seeing the video footage of the incident that took place after an Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab on April 25 at Mohali.

He had seen the footage at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai with IPL Chairman and Commissioner Lalit Modi, Board Secretary Niranjan Shah and Joint Secretary M P Pandove.

Harbhajan has already been banned from rest of the IPL and also fined after he was found guilty of slapping Sreesanth by the IPL match referee Farokh Engineer.
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