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Hockey: 11 players responsible for violence in Nehru Cup final
Hockey: 11 players responsible for violence in Nehru Cup final

On Tuesday, the disciplinary committee of Hockey India took a tough decision, suspending two team officials including 11 players involved in the violence during the Nehru Cup final. The 56th Nehru Cup title match was played between Punjab Armed Police and Punjab National Bank during the Nehru Cup final last month. During this time there was a scuffle between the players of both the teams and on the turf itself the players of the two teams started playing hockey on each other.

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Hockey India had sought a detailed report from the tournament organizers. After reviewing the report and watching the video evidence, the committee chaired by Hockey India vice-president Bhola Nath Singh unanimously suspended the Punjab Armed Police and Punjab National Bank players for 12-18 months and 6-12 months respectively.

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Hockey India said in its statement, 'The committee banned Punjab Armed Police players Hardeep Singh and Jaskaran Singh for 18 months, while Dupinderdeep Singh, Jagmeet Singh, Sukhpreet Singh, Saravanjeet Singh, and Balwinder Singh were given Hockey India / Hockey India League has been suspended for 12 months from December 11 for a level three offense under the code of conduct.

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It said, 'Team manager Amit Sandhu has also been suspended for 18 months for a level three offense. It was also recommended that the Punjab Police team be suspended for three months and the team would not be eligible to play in All India tournaments from 10 March 2020 to 9 June 2020 (after suspension of suspension due to participating in unauthorized tournaments). Will be

It was also recommended that the Punjab National Bank team be placed under a three-month suspension and would not be eligible to play in any All India Tournament from 11 December to 10 March. The committee also unanimously agreed that all of the above players would remain on probation for a period of 24 months after the expiration of their restrictions and that any violation of the code of conduct would immediately be considered a crime of level three and that person would automatically sue for two years.

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