Suspended ICC chief Manu Sawhney alleges “premeditated witch hunt”

More than three months after he was suspended as the ICC’s chief executive officer, Manu Sawhney has hit back at his employer, alleging that he is the victim of a “premeditated witch hunt”.

In a detailed and, at times, scathing response to the allegations that saw him suspended in March, Sawhney has raised several questions about the internal cultural review that led to it. He has also objected to ICC chairman Greg Barclay’s involvement in the disciplinary process and indicated that he will appeal a guilty verdict, concluding his response by saying he would “resist this blatant attempt to force me from office”, which would set, he said, “an extremely dangerous precedent.”

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