The report of Ravi Sawani, the former ACSU chief who investigated the corruption allegations involving three Rajasthan Royals players, has been handed over by BCCI president N Srinivasan to the BCCI's disciplinary committee, comprising vice-presidents Niranjan Shah and Arun Jaitley. This committee is then likely to present its findings at the BCCI annual general meeting in September-end.
Sawani, the head of BCCI's anti-corruption and security unit, was asked to investigate the spot-fixing allegations against Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan. It is understood that Sawani sent in his report directly to BCCI president N Srinivasan last month.
Interestingly, Sawani finished his report without meeting Chandila, who has been in judicial custody of the Delhi Police since May 15. Although Chandila has made public comments recently, he has not met Sawani, who had met the other two arrested players and former domestic player Amit Singh, who allegedly played the role of the bookie, according to the police, Siddharth Trivedi and Harmeet Singh, both Royals players who agreed to be prosecution witnesses.
It is understood that Sawani submitted his report in two parts: one without examination of the players and later a supplementary report which involved facts about his cross-examination of the accused. Once Chandila is released, Sawani is expected to include his version and then update his report.