A T20 coordinate played in Sawra town, 16 km from Chandigarh was gushed online as a game in Sri Lanka has grabbed the eye of the BCCI Anti-Corruption Unit.
AT20 coordinate played close Chandigarh yet spilled online as a game in Sri Lanka has grabbed the eye of BCCI's Anti-Corruption Unit, the Punjab Police and furthermore a mostly secret cricket relationship in the island nation.
The Indian Express gave an account of Friday that the game played on June 29 occurred in Sawara town, 16 km from Chandigarh, however was gushed as an 'Uva T20 League' coordinate in Sri Lanka's' Badulla city, home of the Uva Province Cricket Association.
While Punjab Police authorities said an examination is at present on to learn if a wagering coop was included, the BCCI declared that it is keeping an eye, however just to the degree of getting subtleties of those included.
"Our procedure is on. At the point when we will think about the individuals in question, we will refresh our database. We might want to realize who was included. Be that as it may, no one but police can make a move on this. As a BCCI requirement office, we have no purview over it," BCCI against debasement boss Ajit Singh told PTI.
"On the off chance that it was a BCCI endorsed association or had players' investment, we could have taken against them. On the off chance that this is accomplished to wager, it is a criminal offense and police has the ward over, we don't," he included.
'No such competition was held by our affiliation'
Bhagiradhan Balachandran, right hand secretary of the Uva Province Cricket Association in Sri Lanka, said they were not among the most dynamic bodies and someone had unmistakably done their examination.
"...no such competition was affirmed or held by our affiliation. We are exploring this issue and are in conversation with Sri Lanka Cricket," Bhagiradhan told PTI from Badulla.
"The entire thing appears to be a sham. We are not the most dynamic cricket relationship in Sri Lanka, so someone did appropriate examination on that and utilized our name. We have no clue about this and no Sri Lankan players were included," he included.
An examination is in progress, said Mohali's' Senior Superintendent of Police Kuldeep Singh Chahal
Delegate Superintendent of Police, Kharar Pal Singh said they had gotten an online grievance about the game after which two people recognized as Pankaj Jain and Raju were captured on Thursday night.
"A case under Section 420 IPC (cheating) has been enlisted by the police. According to starter examinations, wagering could be going on in the match which was held. Further examinations concerning the case are under advancement," Chahal told PTI.
Gotten some information about the match proceeding regardless of the COVID-19 lockdown, Chahal stated, "This is being researched, that is the reason we have enlisted a case."