The Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) of Indian cricket board registered a First Information Report against two individuals Rakesh Bafna and Jitendra Kothari — at the Ashok Nagar Police Station in Bengaluru for an alleged attempt of match-fixing and cheating.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)’s FIR says that one of the prominent members of India’s national women’s team was approached by these two earlier this year. The offered her huge amount of money provided she joined hands with them. According to the reports, the incident happened in February just ahead of India women’s team’s limited-overs series against England, a part of International Cricket Council (ICC)’s World Championships.
BCCI ACU chief, Ajit Singh informed this to Sportstar, “Today, we have got an FIR registered against two people in Bengaluru. The FIR pertains to an approach that was made to one of the women cricketers of the team. She reported the approach to us and even recorded the conversation she had with one of the accused over the telephone.”
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