Spot-fixing in Indian Premier League
Zee Media Bureau
Mumbai Police press conference
#Joint CP Himanshu Roy of Mumbai Police has said that Sreesanth had independently booked hotel with his friend Jiju in Mumbai.
#Mumbai Police have arrested another bookie apart from recovering 15 mobile phones.
#BCCI will file criminal case if permitted
"If permitted, we will file a criminal case against them," said N Srinivasan on being asked whether the BCCI would file a case against the arrested players.
#Laptop seized in hotel raid occupied by Sreesanth
The Mumbai police has raided a 5 star hotel in Mumbai that was allegedly occupied by S Sreesanth who has been arrested on charges of spot-fixing. A laptop has been seized from the hotel.
#Bookies met players at Five Star Hotel
According to latest reports pouring in, the bookies met the arrested players at Chandigarh Five Star Hotel on 9th May. According to sources, police have the CCTV footage of this meeting and may question the hotel staff.
#Code of Conduct
According to reports, the BCCI has asked the IPL franchises make sure the players follow its code of conduct. According to it, the players are to report to the management if they found anything suspicious.
#Second round of questioning begins
The trio is being questioned by the Delhi Police for the second time. They’ll reportedly be confronting with each other and the arrested bookies.
#Second round of questioning today
The three Rajasthan Royal players, S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan, arrested in the IPL spot-fixing scandal will be questioned for the second time by the investigators today. The three cricketers will face each other for the first time since their arrest and will be confronted with the audio recordings.
#More raids today
The Delhi Police is likely to conduct more raids today in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal. The Police is assured of recovering the spot-fixing money within 24 hours and has sent its team to Ahmedabad and Mumbai. On the other hand, the Jaipur Police will be submitting call records of different bookies. It has seized 300 mobiles in the past two months belonging to different bookies.
#More teams, players suspected to be involved
The ugly shadow of IPL spot-fixing is spreading over more teams if reports are to be believed According to a report in a leading Indian daily, the police are now not leaving the possibility of the involvement of other IPL franchisees and players in the spot –fixing scandal.