BCCI suspended Hiken Shah who tried to make corruption in IPL 8. The player consulted RR team player who is not in the team to do corruption.

BCCI suspended Hiken Shah who tried to make corruption in IPL 8

Another player caught in corruption. Hiken Shah, who has played 32 Ranji Trophies for Mumbai, 4 for Jammu & Kashmir and one for West Zone has been suspended from playing cricket to BCCI. The left hander has been omitted to not to play any more cricket under the affiliated BCCI stands. Explaining the reasons for suspending the 30 year old Shah, the BCCI said that the player “made a corrupt approach to one of his colleagues from first-class cricket, who is also a member in one of the IPL team.”

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BCCI informed Shah not to play any more match under BCCI

The release also said: “The approached player immediately informed the total incident to his franchise team, the franchise team followed the whole process by informing to the ACP Unit of the BCCI. BCCI President, Mr.Jagmohan Dalmiya, instructed the ACU to keep an immediate enquiry on this issue. After a complete inquiry, the inquiry commissioner found that Hiken Shah as culprit. Under the Articles 2.1.1; 2.1.2; and 2.1.4 of the BCCI Anti-Corruption Code for participants and recommended their provisions for the BCCI President.

ACU inquired and confirmed

During IPL-8, Unconfirmed reports revealed that a Mumbai-based Rajasthan Royals player was approached another Mumbai player, who is not in any of the IPL teams. It was confirmed by RR CEO Raghu Iyer in a statement: “Over a month ago, a player from RR was approached inappropriately by a player in connection with IPL 2015 matches. The player informed the complete situation to RR management about him. Team management immediately reported to Anti Corruption & Security Unit of the BCCI.

BCCI won’t tolerate any one says – Thakur

The BCCI President Mr. Dalmiya reiterated that the BCCI has zero tolerance for corruption in the game of cricket. “We have and we will take swift action against such incidents to set a precedent and control the menace of corruption in the game. While placing the player under suspension, I have referred the matter to the disciplinary committee of the BCCI to take further action against the player involved.” BCCI secrertay Anurag Thakur said, ” The BCCI won’t tolerate these kind of situations, if any of the player violates the rules and communicates the other team, then he had to face the questions asked by ACU and BCCI. Anurag said that, the fight against corruption will be continues till the cricket is corruption-free.”