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 Goa government wants a probe into charges of financial and administrative irregularities in the GCA © AFP (Representational Photo)

Panaji: Oct 10, 2014

The Goa government appointed two-member committee has started its probe into charges of financial and administrative irregularities levelled against the Goa Cricket Association (GCA). The committee, armed with the order from Registrar of Cooperative Society, visited the GCA office at Porvorim, near here, and began their work.

GCA secretary Vilas Desai said that the cricketing body will provide all the facilities required for the members to conduct their duty. “They will be investigating the financial and administrative irregularities as alleged by some complainant,” he said.

District Registrar (North) V T Hadkonkar issued the order on Tuesday asking two experts — K M Raghvendra and Pradeep Lad — to investigate after a complaint was filed against GCA. Raghvendra told reporters that the entire probe would be completed by November 14, 2014. “We will submit the report and it would be for the state government to take further action,” he added.