Controversial former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi has purported that dual heading Indian cricketers and a West Indian actor had been bribed by an Indian genuine estate tycoon, who is also a bookmaker.
London-based Modi tweeted a minute he claims to have created to International Cricket Council arch executive Dave Richardson in Jun 2013, flitting on “some information that we have only got”. He told Richardson that he could pass a same to a anti-corruption and confidence section of a ICC if he suspicion so fit.
Modi afterwards went on to name a 3 players, who he claims were in tighten hit with a genuine estate aristocrat who was also named in a letter.
Modi settled that he had been sensitive by “reliable sources” that a aristocrat had paid in income and kind to a 3 players. He resolved by observant that “I wish this is not loyal though if loyal it could meant some-more are involved.”
Meanwhile, 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 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 corner secretary Dr P.V.
Shetty pronounced in Mumbai on Saturday.
On Apr 10, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur as good as Rajasthan Royals arch executive Raghu Iyer had praised a whistleblower for bringing to a BCCI Anti-Corruption and Security Unit’s notice about an purported proceed by another particular to hurtful a game.
The names of both, described as Mumbai Ranji Trophy group friends in a news news a day forward of a statements of Thakur and Iyer, were not suggested in a press statements.
According to a report, a Mumbai-based Rajasthan Royals actor was approached by his Ranji group mate, 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 ACSU that launched an review into a incident.
On Saturday, a news news claimed that it was Royals’ leg spinner Pravin Tambe, also a Mumbai Ranji Trophy cricketer, who was a whistleblower and had reported a proceed done to him to a ACSU.
“The player, who was approached, reported a matter to his group government 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.”