Sri Lanka Cricket appoints a committee to investigate player discipline

Sri Lanka Cricket has appoints a three-member committee to investigate the incident involving Sri Lankan cricketer Dhanushka Gunathilaka, who was arrested in Australia on rape charges.

Furthermore, local media reported yesterday (7) that during the 2020 World Cup cricket tournament in Australia, Sri Lankan cricket players joined various private parties.

The special three-member committee will also look into the veracity and falsity of those media reports.

The Sri Lanka Cricket Board has issued a statement saying that if the allegations leveled against the players and officials who traveled to Australia for the World Twenty20 series are proven in the investigation conducted by the relevant committee, strict action will be taken against them.


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