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Senior BCCI Officials Want Former President Srinivasan To Sit Out ICC Meeting In London
Published June 21, 2013
PHONE TAPPING: In Mumbai, S. Ahmed Ali wrote conversations, tapped separately in April, are the clearest evidence so far that Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf, "who fled India after his name cropped up in the IPL betting-fixing racket, was hand in glove with the bookies and solicited gifts." Police shared the transcript of the conversation "tapped through three mobiles" of Bollywood actor Vindu Dara Singh, arrested for his role in the spot-fixing scandal (TIMES OF INDIA, 6/20). The PTI reported suspended cricketer Ajit Chandila "was on Thursday remanded to 12 days of judicial custody by a Delhi court after police said that his custodial interrogation in the spot-fixing case was over." Chandila, "who has been quizzed in custody for three days, was produced before vacation judge Rajender Kumar Shastri who sent him to Tihar Jail till July 2" (PTI, 6/20).