Anti-Corruption Unit interrogates Dandiwal in Mohali


Tribune News Service
Mohali, July 7

A two-member group of the BCCI’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) interrogated alleged bookie Ravinder Singh Dandiwal right here at present.

The ACU group, led by Alok Kumar, together with senior officers of the Punjab Police visited the Sadar Police Station, Kharar, this afternoon and interrogated Dandiwal and two others accused for internet hosting pretend Sri Lankan T20 league matches in village Sawara.

Punjab Police SP Ravjot Kaur Grewal stated that the ACU group interrogated Dandiwal for organising varied tournaments in Sri Lanka, Australia and Dubai. Dandiwal confirmed that he had additionally fashioned a membership in 2009 — Cricket Council of India — below which varied matches have been organised in Mohali, Amritsar and Bhopal.

ACU chief Ajit Singh advised PTI that Dandiwal’s arrest has had ripples on this planet of corruptors. “It has sent a strong message,” Singh stated.

Players’ statements recorded

Police at present recorded statements of the gamers concerned within the pretend league. Grewal stated that police wouldn’t take any motion in opposition to the gamers.



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