Controversies are getting big and big in coming days and now with another case reported for the match fixing scenario which is officially announced by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. With this allegations, BCCI has notified it to the Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) revealed a connection of female nurse from Delhi who is prime suspect in revealing and regulating information from the player for online betting.
According to the reports, suggested out, the woman contacted player on social media platform which is Instagram on 30th September 2020. She works in South Delhi. The another suspect which is player has said to be played for India in last couple of years. They both are in contact with each other since 2017 and are still in a proper communication regarding this COVID-19 scenario.
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The woman used to message the player on Instagram regarding the playing XI which will help her to create fantasy team for online betting. Regarding this message, the player wasn’t happy with the reply and apologies him.
Afterwards the player has contacted with the ACU cell and now they are investigating and examining whole procedure and information with facts and figures. Player and the nurse both were questioned which didn’t gave as much leading facts.
Ajit Singh ACU Chief also depicted that there was no conceptual leads so the case has been shut down.
“The player had reported to us during the IPL. We investigated it, and for now, we have closed the investigation. The accused woman bet unprofessionally and doesn’t have connections with any unauthorised syndicates. No other leads were found”. Quoted by Ajit Singh to Indian Express.
The same case was also informed like the same way by another player during the Indian Premier League, regarding social media interface in the online betting. With growing format of game, BCCI is strictness towards the law of game ever since 2013 when Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings were reported in the involvement of match fixing rifts.