Tennis-match fixer Ravinder Dandiwal on BCCI radar for last 3-4 years: ACU chief Ajit Singh:
BCCI’s anti-corruption chief Ajit Singh stated that Ravinder Dandiwal was very a lot a part of board’s training handbook and individuals are proven his photos and informed about his modus operandi.
Tennis-match fixer Ravinder Dandiwal on BCCI radar for last 3-4 years: ACU chief Ajit Singh
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- Ravinder Dandiwal is a suspected to be a corruptor or moderately he’s a identified corruptor: ACU chief
- Ravinder Dandiwal organised one Asian Premier League in Nepal: Ajit Singh
- Dandiwal has been on BCCI radar for at the least 3-Four years: Ajit Singh
Ravinder Dandiwal, the alleged kingpin of a just lately unearthed worldwide tennis match-fixing syndicate, has been on BCCI’s watchlist for the final 4 years, board’s anti-corruption chief Ajit Singh stated on Monday.
The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday reported that Victoria Police in Australia has named Dandiwal because the “central determine” within the tennis match-fixing scandal during which low-ranked tennis gamers had been allegedly satisfied to throw matches in at the least two occasions in Egypt and Brazil in 2018.
“He’s a suspected to be a corruptor or moderately he’s a identified corruptor. I can speak about his cricket (hyperlinks solely) however he has moved to different sports activities additionally. He tried to organise his personal leagues and as soon as he does that, he fixes video games the way in which he needs it,” Singh informed PTI.
“He did (organised) one Asian Premier League in Nepal, was additionally related to the Afghan League. He tried to organise a league in Haryana which the BCCI scuttled. So he has been working extra outdoors India than in India however has been on the BCCI radar for at the least 3-Four years.”
Singh stated Dandiwal, who hails from Mohali, additionally finds a point out in ACU’s training handbook.
“BCCI additionally filed a report in opposition to him with the police. That was a unique nature of crime. He had taken a cricket workforce to Australia, there 5 six gamers who went lacking, it was an immigration rip-off.
“So the host membership in Australia approached authorities and knowledgeable us. We went to the police in Mohali and informed them that is what he has completed and bought a report registered.
“He’s very a lot a part of our training handbook, we inform all of the individuals about him and present them their image and his modus operandi,” stated Singh.
The ACU chief additionally reiterated the pressing want of a match-fixing legislation in India with the fingers of enforcement businesses tied for the time being.
“Match fixing legislation is required. It strengthens the fingers of the enforcement businesses and as soon as they begin taking efficient motion, it helps us (BCCI),” Singh added.