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Royals probe not possible till ACSU sub-committee is formed

BCCI has been quick to confirm that a Rajasthan Royals player did receive an “inappropriate approach” from a fellow player a month back but the parent body will find it difficult to probe the matter due to absence of ACSU sub-committee, which is yet to be formed. While BCCI announced the various list of sub-committees on April 6, there were four committees that were kept on hold, notable being the Anti-Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU) sub-committee which is now one of the vital units of BCCI.

With IPL opening ceremony slated on the very next day, it was inexplicable as to why the ACSU sub-committee was not announced. An IPL governing council member, on conditions of anonymity, made it clear that they knew nothing about it a month back and now that know about it, they would have to wait as this BCCI sub-committee has not been formed. “It is a very serious issue but the funniest part is the ACSU sub-committee has not been formed. A lot of IPL GC members found it bizarre that ACSU sub-committee which should have been formed before any other committee as the IPL was starting off has not been formed yet,” the member said.
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