T20 WC fact-finding committee report sent to AG seeking further action | Sri Lanka News

The report submitted by the five-member committee which probed several allegations linked to the Sri Lankan cricket team that toured Australia to take part at the T20 World Cup, has been forwarded to the Attorney General.

The report of the committee chaired by retired High Court Judge Kusala Sarojani Weerawardena was handed over to the Sports Minister last Tuesday.

The committee in its report has recommended a full-scale forensic audit on the expenditure incurred during the Sri Lankan team's tour of Australia.

In the report, the committee covers the incident involving Danushka Gunathilaka who was arrested on charges of sexual assault, Chamika Karunaratne’s disciplinary breach, the impact of the ‘Born again’ sect on the national cricket team, and matters linked to financial irregularities among other matters.

The Ministry Secretary has submitted the report to the Attorney General upon the advice of Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roshan Ranasinghe to seek necessary recommendations for taking further action on this. (Darshana Sanjeewa Balasuriya)

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