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India cricket team manager suspended in corruption probe

India's team manager during the Twenty20 World Cup has been suspended by his state association on allegations of corruption and favouritism in team selection, according to reports Friday.
Press Trust of India said the southern Andhra Cricket Association (ACA) had relieved its general secretary, V. Chamundeshwarnath from his duties, directing him to appear before the association's general assembly next month.
"The executive committee of the ACA has unanimously decided to exclude him from discharging his duties following allegations of corruption and favoritism in team selection," PTI quoted ACA president G. Gangaraju as saying.
Chamundeshwarnath, who was manager of the Indian team for the T20 World Cup in England, faces allegations of corruption associated with payment for some seats and for favouritism in selection of Andhra's under-19 squad and the women's team.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) would not comment, because it was an internal state issue

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