LAHORE The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Disciplinary Committee met under Chairmanship of Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat at AFC House to hear and decide on 31 disciplinary cases. The important decisions were taken by the committee on these issues. CS Kumar Singh of India was found guilty of elbowing an opponent when playing against DPR Korea during AFC Challenge Cup 2010. The player has been suspended for two matches which he will serve in the next two India representative teams official matches. Eight decisions are from Asian Cup 2011 qualifiers. Nguyen Viet Thang of Vietnam will serve a two-match suspension and will be ineligible to play in the next two matches of Vietnams representative team. He was found guilty of violent conduct during the match against China on January 17. The Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) has been fined USD 11,000 for liability for spectator conduct when plastic bottles were thrown onto the pitch and pitch invasion by spectators during the match against Oman on January 6 2010. The PSSI was also fined USD 3000 for repeated infringements. The total fine is USD 14,000. The Lebanese Football Association has been fined USD 1000 for the failure of their Head Coach to attend the pre-match press conference (Syria versus Lebanon on March 3 2010. Jordan Football Association has been fined USD 3000 for liability for spectator conduct (pitch invasion) during their match against Singapore on March 3 2010, Japan Football Association has been fined USD 3000 when their players wore sponsor jerseys during the warm-up before their match against Bahrain on March 3 2010, Indonesia Football Association has been fined USD 3000 for sporting sponsor logos on bags and captains armband during their match against Australia on March 3 2010. The Oman Football Association has been fined USD 3000 for liability for spectator conduct (igniting firecrackers) during their match against Kuwait on March 3 2010. The association was also fined USD 1000 for repeated infringements. The total fine is USD 4000. The Bahrain Football Association has been fined USD 1000 because none of their players attended the pre-match press conference before their Asian Cup 2011 qualifier against Hong Kong on 6 January 2010. Three cases each of AFC Champions League 2010 play-off and AFC Cup 2010, seven of AFC Cup 2010 team workshop, five of AFC Champions League 2010, two of AFC Futsal Club Championship and one each of AFC U16 Championship qualifiers and AFC U13 Girls Festival of Football were also decided during meet.