IPL Lalit Modi’s case disclosures privately referred to the ICC’s anti-corruption
Dubai: The International Cricket Council IPL chairman Lalit Modi confirmed receiving the letter from the Tehelka oriented. Three top international cricketers to investigate allegations of corruption were handed over to the Anti-Corruption Unit. The players from international cricket due to the Indian board will be separated from the case.
International Cricket Council has confirmed that the former IPL chairman Lalit Modi got a letter in which he and three top players taking part in the IPL regularly accused of receiving funds is corrupt. The letter was sent in June 2013 by the ICC was silence about it. Yesterday, a new Twitter account and shared that letter asked Modi has resulted from this, Modi said the only ICC, BCCI, IPL should ask. Interestingly, the letter disclosing the account, but the media had been terminated shortly. According to some reports, the three players named Modi Chennai Super Kings Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja and Dwayne Bravo Player squad are West Indian.
ICC spokesman says Modi’s secret mail us and we got it sent to investigate the anti-corruption unit and started its work. The BCCI’s anti-corruption information from being shared. Remember that former IPL chairman Lalit Modi being, Indian cricket authorities have good relations for a long time and are spending time in London.