The investigating committee1 must investigate any allegation which is referred to it2. Where an allegation is referred to the committee, it must:
(1) notify without delay the person concerned3 of the allegation and invite him to submit written representations within a prescribed period4;
(2) where it sees fit, notify the person making the allegation of such written representations and invite him to deal within a specified period with any points raised by the committee in respect of those representations5;
(3) take such other steps as are reasonably practicable to obtain as much information as possible about the case6;
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