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HC sends notice to JKCA

The J&K High Court asked the J&K Cricket Association to respond to a plea seeking a CBI probe into allegations that some of its officials ran a Rs 50 crore money laundering scam

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi |
April 3, 2012 3:04:21 am

The J&K High Court Monday asked the J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) to respond to a plea seeking a CBI probe into allegations that some of its officials ran a Rs 50 crore money laundering scam.

Justice H Masoodi also issued notices to the state government and the J&K Bank,the JKCA’s banker,to respond to the petition filed by a group of former cricketers.

JKCA general secretary Ahsan Mirza had resigned and CEO Saleem Khan was sacked last month for “siphoning off crores of rupees” from the association.

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