Indian cricketers over allegations of corruption handed over clean chit itself
New Delhi: Indian cricket players themselves victims of corruption handed over clean chit, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said the ICC Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja and Dwayne Bravo said nothing about it That means they are innocent.
ICC says that the case file has been closed, may reopen if fresh evidence. The IPL chairman Lalit Modi in Chennai from three international cricketers Suresh Raina, Dwayne Bravo, Jadeja and a flat aurrqumat Builders have been charged. The ICC chief executive Dave Richardson’s name in a letter in October 2013, it was also claimed that the builder is allegedly a bouquet. He tried to buy IPL franchise, which was foiled.
Council despite the passage of almost 2 years did not react to the letter, then pick up the issue again on Twitter spokesman Lalit Modi’s last days, he acknowledged that the procedure under which the letter sent to the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit has been.
An Indian television channels said the ICC fixing allegations against three players were not the case if fresh evidence is now closed, but it can be opened. The BCCI had his own trio also handed over clean chit, Secretary Anurag Thakur says that the ICC did not tell us anything about it, then tell us if they have some evidence of it, This means that the players are innocent.