Friday, May 17, 2013

Spot fixing in IPL season 6

This article is about the Indian Premier League (IPL) season 6 spot fixing.

Towel in the waistband of Sreesanth (courtesy: Times Now)

It was vigilant and prompt action of Delhi Police crime branch which has unearthed the spot fixing in the season 6 IPL. Under spot fixing members of the Rajasthan Royals; Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila have been apprehended. Cricket has been synonym to money in the present time from the skilled game of the father of cricket Don Bradman.

Anything which is becoming popular has to have a dark side of its own. Cricket is a game which has lot of money and from where this money is being flushed in. The shocking statement of Ajit Chandila is also making it clear that there would have been fixing in all the IPL seasons. He has been heard talking to the bookies that he had done what he was told to do in IPL Season 5 also but he could not give the right signal at the right time.

Spot Fixing

It is a system wherein the bookie has verbal conversation about the directions given to the players which he has to follow on field. When the player gives the signal from the field the bookies start the bet and the share is transferred to the player as the fee. It is not only IPL but other cricket tournament which have this virus of fixing.

Press conference called by Delhi Police (courtesy: Times Now)

Spot Fixing in IPL

In a press conference on the eve of spot fixing in IPL season 6, the Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar said the three bowlers took cash for bowling in a pattern to fetch number of runs in three distinctive IPL matches. 

Sreesanth in the match held on May 9 at Mohali gave signal to the bookie by tucking towel in his waistband wherein he was suppose to give 13 or more runs in that particular over. The signal was given at a right time which made to bookie to increase the bet and on the field Sreesanth gave 15 runs in that particular over.

In the first over of his spell he is seen in the video–which was played be the police at the press conference held on this spot fixing–without  towel in his waistband. Before the starting of the second when Sreesanth tucked towel in his waistband did some warm-up and other activities providing the bookies ample time for betting. For this Sreesanth was promised to be given six million rupees.

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been minting money through these IPLs and is hand in gloves with the bookies also.

Future of Students

Why the matches are being held in the months when the schools are preparing for the annual examination? It is a conspiracy to spoil the educational system which is bringing out brains that are the best in the world. It is a conspiracy which will unearth maybe when people will forget my blog. The conspirators are the low caliber people who have now attained the prestigious places in governance, God alone knows how

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