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BCCI employees fill up disclosure form
Saturday 25 February 2017

BCCI employees fill up disclosure form 
The Committee of Administrators (COA) has issued an instruction as per which all employees were made to fill up disclosure forms 
The Committee of Administrators (COA) has issued an instruction as per which all employees of BCCI posted at Cricket Centre were made to fill up disclosure forms with all relevant information.
A top source privy to developments said that employees have submitted the duly filled forms.
“It’s a standard operating procedure. The COA wants all information about employees, their background and relevant details. Accordingly, the employees were handed disclosure forms two days back,” the source told PTI.
 
It also requires them to disclose if they have had any police records or not.
However it was learnt that during 10 hour meeting, the CEO didn’t ask any questions to the employees.
The top BCCI employees include the GMs MV Sridhar and Ratnakar Shetty, another senior employee KVP Rao. “As of now they have not taken any decision. They are taking a stock of the situation,” the source added.

The Committee of Administrators (COA) has issued an instruction as per which all employees of BCCI posted at Cricket Centre were made to fill up disclosure forms with all relevant information.

A top source privy to developments said that employees have submitted the duly filled forms.

“It’s a standard operating procedure. The COA wants all information about employees, their background and relevant details. Accordingly, the employees were handed disclosure forms two days back,” the source told PTI. It also requires them to disclose if they have had any police records or not.

However it was learnt that during 10 hour meeting, the CEO didn’t ask any questions to the employees.

The top BCCI employees include the GMs MV Sridhar and Ratnakar Shetty, another senior employee KVP Rao. “As of now they have not taken any decision. They are taking a stock of the situation,” the source added.

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