In-house committee begins probe
Jammu, Apr 18: The four-member in house advisory (probe) committee set-up by the president of Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), Dr Farooq Abdullah today started investigating into the much publicized financial bungling at Associationís headquarter located at Gupkar Road, Srinagar.
In a handout issued here today by coordinator of the in-house probe committee and present treasurer of the JKCA, Manzoor Ahmad Wazir said that the earlier the committee had a two-hour long meeting yesterday and worked out modalities with regard to holding a through probe into the financial irregularities of the Association.
The four-member panel included Sham Saroop Kalsortra (United Cricket Club), Arvinder Singh Mickee (Rehari Cricket Club), both from Jammu, Ashraf Bhat (City Cricket Club) and Ashwinder Koul (Whites Cricket Club) from Kashmir wing.
While Sham Saroop is a senior most member of the JKCA, Arvinder Micky is a senior Congress leader and former Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Council. On the other hand both Ashraf Bhat and Ashwinder Koul have banking background.
Meanwhile, it has been reliably learned that the JKCA president has also asked the probe committee to look into the genuineness of various working committee members representing different affiliated clubs.
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