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Mohammad Siraj of RCB reports a ‘corrupt approach’ to the BCCI

Mohammad Siraj of RCB reports a ‘corrupt approach’ to the BCCI

Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB) leader Mohammed Siraj has reported a” corrupt approach” to BCCI’s Anti-Corruption Unit(ACU) from an unknown person, who wanted ” inside news” about his team after ” losing a lot of funds” in an IPL game betting.

Siraj is an Indian cricketer. He is also the commanding pacer for RCB with eight wickets, said he got a call and incontinently reported the matter to ACU officers, who are attached to the armies. RCB lost their earlier match to Chennai Super Lords by 8 runs at the Chinnaswamy Stadium with a revolving game of fortunes.

 

Sri Lankan pace bowler Matheesha Pathirana sailed two vital death overs to restrict the home

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team to 218/ 8 in the case of 226 and earn the win for CSK.” It wasn’t a bookie who approached Siraj. A driver from Hyderabad is addicted to gambling. He lost a lot of capitalists and communicated with Siraj for inside information,” A senior BCCI source familiar with the development told PTI, requesting obscurity.”

Siraj directly reported the approach. Law enforcement arrested the man. Details await,” the source added. BCCI has strengthened the ACU network since the 2013 Spotfix reproach involving Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan, Ajit Chandila, and also- CSK team master Gurunath Meiyappan. Each team now has its own ACU officer who lives in the same hotel and oversees all movements on the field. Also obligatory for players to follow their ACU, his instructions on what to do and what not to do, as well as penalties if a player fails to report an illegal trade. Bangladeshi skipper Shakib Al Hasan entered a 2021 suspension for failing to report a foul approach during his period in the last IPL.

RCB is presently in 8th place with 2 triumphs, 3 losses, and 4 points.

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