Sat. Apr 13th, 2024
AIFF Ex-Co member arrested for alleged assault on women footballers

The All India Soccer Federation (AIFF) on Wednesday discovered that it has closed the investigation into its suspended executive committee member Deepak Sharma for his alleged bodily assault of two women of all ages players in Goa.

The decision was taken as both the victims “do not would like to go after the make a difference any even more”. The progress arrives only a day just after the AIFF suspended Sharma till even more observe.

In a assertion, the AIFF stated its Inner Complaints Committee (ICC), which investigated the alleged harassment case lately, was “not in a posture to continue the investigation as the alleged sufferer and the other get together do not want to pursue the make any difference any additional.”

“The ICC would not be in a position to continue the investigation as any complaint and/or additional facts pertaining to the alleged incident has been denied by the worried men and women.

“Offered the higher than, the investigation was concluded as withdrawn,” the AIFF claimed in the assertion.

Deepak Sharma was accused of physical assault by two players of his Himachal Pradesh-based mostly Khad FC on the night time of March 28. The crew was in Goa taking element in the Indian Women’s League (IWL) second division when Sharma allegedly barged into the space of the players and bodily assaulted them.

On Saturday, the AIFF asked Sharma to chorus from football-connected pursuits until the summary of a probe by a panel into his alleged incident. Sharma was arrested by Goa police following the host state association lodged a grievance and afterwards unveiled on bail.

Ahead of that, the Unexpected emergency Committee of the AIFF comprising president Kalyan Chaubey, vice-president N A Haris and treasurer Kipa Ajay, on Monday took stock of the grievances received from the gamers in opposition to Sharma.

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