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A five-member panel has been formed to investigate the violation by Sri Lankan players.

A five-member panel has been formed to investigate the violation by Sri Lankan players.

A five-member panel has been formed to investigate the violation by Sri Lankan players. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) formed a five-member panel on Wednesday to examine the bio-bubble incident involving Kusal Mendis. Dhanushka Gunathilake, and Niroshan Dickwella during the national team’s England trip.

“To investigate allegations of misbehavior leveled against three players, namely Kusal Mendis. Dhanushka Gunathilake, and Niroshan Dickwella. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board has announced the establishment of a five-member panel. During the national team’s tour to England,” SLC said in a statement.

The three players have been dangling until the outcome of the investigation.

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The panel is comprise of Justice Nimal Dissanayaka (Retd Supreme Court Judge), Panduka Keerthinanda (attorney-at-law), Asela Rekawa (attorney-at-law), Uchitha Wickremasinghe (attorney-at-law), and major general (Retd) M.R.W. De Zoysa.

The three players walked out of the bio-secure surroundings of the team hotel in England late last month ahead of the ODI series. They were restore to the team and expelle from it. They will not take part in India’s limited-overs series.

“The players have been tabu awaiting a thorough investigation, but have admitted to going out,” Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) vice-president Mohan de Silva previously told ESPNcricinfo.

“They have been immediately recalling from the tour.”

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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