The BCCI comes down heavily on all the players caught on camera, during a sting, negotiating a fee for spot fixing. TP Sudhindra has been banned for life while Shalabh Srivatsava has been banned for five months. Mohnish Mishra, Amit Yadav, and Abhinav Bali hav...
The key disciplinary meeting of the BCCI comes to an end. The IPL players, caught in a sting, have been banned for different time periods. While Sudhindra has been banned for life, Shalabh Srivastava has been given a five year ban.
The five players caught in the India TV sting operation arrive at the BCCI headquarters for their interrogation. The players had been accused of spot fixing during the IPL games. The meeting will be presided over by BCCI president N Srinivasan.
A meeting of the BCCI today will decide the fate of the five suspended IPL players allegedly involved in spot fixing. The players who have arrived at the meeting were exposed through a sting operation bargaining rates for a no ball.
The BCCI disciplinary committee is set to meet in Mumbai on Saturday to continue their probe into IPL spot fixing scandal involving five players. The players who have been suspended following the allegation are likely to be summoned by the BCCI.