No match-fixing in Indian cricket: BCCI secretary Jaywant Lele

No match-fixing in Indian cricket: BCCI secretary Jaywant Lele

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Published on: Nov 03, 2011

Jaywant Lele, who monitored the happenings of the match-fixing scandal that rocked the game a decade ago, has insisted that no evidence was ever found that Indian cricketers

Former BCCI secretary JaywantLele, who monitored the happenings of the match-fixing scandal that rocked the game a decade ago, has insisted that no evidence was ever found that Indian cricketers had played a part in the match-fixing scandal.

"There's no match-fixing in Indian cricket. It was the disciplinary committee of the BCCI which banned the cricketers (former captain Mohammed Azharuddin, Ajay Jadeja and Ajay Sharma), but no evidence (that they indulged in match-fixing) was found in the CBI enquiry," said Lele after the launch of his explosive book, "I was There, Memoirs of a Cricket Administrator" at the Cricket Club of India.

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