It has been some-more than dual months given a emanate cropped up, though Mumbai Cricket Association officials are still in a dim about a identities of their dual Ranji Trophy players, both a whistleblower and a purported culprit, who were concerned in another IPL-related crime attempt.
“We have not got any information from a BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India, that conducts a cash-rich Indian Premier League) on this issue. No, we have not asked them. They contingency have possibly investigated a thing or are still posterior a case,” MCA’s corner secretary Dr P V Shetty told PTI today.
On Apr 10, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur as good as a Rajasthan Royals group CEO Raghu Iyer had praised a whistleblower for bringing to a BCCI’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) about an purported proceed by another particular to hurtful a game.
The names of both, described as Mumbai Ranji Trophy teammates in a news news one day progressing to a statements of Thakur and Iyer, were not suggested in a press statements.
According to a news report, a Mumbai-based Rajasthan Royals actor was approached by his Ranji teammate, not partial of a Royals’ outfit, with an offer of income if he followed a pre-decided settlement of play.
The actor declined a offer and reported a occurrence to a BCCI’s ACSU that launched an review into a incident.
Today a news news has claimed that it was Royals’ leg spinner Pravin Tambe, who is also a Mumbai Ranji Trophy cricketer, who was a whistleblower and had reported a proceed done to him to a ACSU.
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“An inapt proceed was done to a member of a Rajasthan Royals Team that is now participating in a Pepsi IPL 2015,” Thakur had pronounced in his Apr 10 press release.
“The player, who was approached, reported a matter to his Team Management immediately, who in spin have reported a occurrence to a Anti-Corruption Unit of a BCCI. The ACU of a BCCI is now questioning a matter to discern a facts.
“We are happy to note that a prompt movement of a actor is an outcome of a ongoing beginning of a BCCI to teach cricketers during several levels to reject and news any such occurrence or proceed done by people who intend to repairs a fabric of a game,” Thakur had said.
Royals, during a centre of a 2013 spot-fixing liaison as well, had also reliable a growth and betrothed 0 tolerance.
“Over a month ago, a actor from Rajasthan Royals was approached inappropriately by a actor (who was not partial of a IPL) in tie with a Indian Premier League 2015 matches,” Royals’ CEO Raghu Iyer had pronounced in a statement.
“Maintaining high standards of integrity, a actor sensitive a Rajasthan Royals government of this inapt approach. In gripping with germane IPL Regulations, Rajasthan Royals government immediately reported a occurrence to a Anti-Corruption Security Unit (ACSU) of a BCCI.
“Rajasthan Royals commends a actor for carrying reported this occurrence immediately and for his probity and uprightness. His loyalty to say a top standards of firmness needs to be lauded,” Iyer combined in Apr press release.
Iyer pronounced RR, whose players were arrested during a 2013 scandal, will take a really despotic perspective of any corruption.
“Rajasthan Royals in gripping with a 0 toleration proceed immediately reported a occurrence serve to a ACSU/BCCI for serve process. Rajasthan Royals will continue to yield full support and assistance to a BCCI to safeguard that a diversion of cricket is played in a right spirit.”
“This occurrence does prominence that if players and other officials concur and divulge information or
approaches immediately, a diversion can be kept purify and giveaway from unattractive elements and activities,” he said.
The occurrence came on a heels of a 2013 IPL spot-fixing liaison that led to a arrests of three
Rajasthan Royals cricketers, including former India quick bowler S Sreesanth.
The spot-fixing tale also forced N Srinivasan to step down as BCCI boss after his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan was found guilty of betting.
Royals’ co-owner Raj Kundra was also questioned during a review was indicted by a Supreme Court-appointed Mukul Mudgal committee.