Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) today (08) said it has appointed a three-member committee of inquiry to probe into the allegations levelled against Sri Lankan Cricketer Danushka Gunathilaka, who was accused of sexual assault against a woman during his tour for T20 World Cup in Australia.
The panel consists of High Court (retd) Judge Sisira Ratnayake, Attorney-at-Law Niroshan Perera and Attorney-at-Law Asela Rekawa, the SLC said in its statement.
It added that the committee will also focus the inquiry on various alleged events which are said to have allegedly taken place during the National Cricket Team’s stay in Australia.
The committee of inquiry appointed by the SLC will call for an immediate explanation from the Team Manager involving his conduct, with references to the occurrence of such incidents. Based on the findings, the Executive Committee of SLC will take stern disciplinary action against the players and or officials, in any event were the allegations of misconduct proven, it added.