BCCI plans to appoint Consultant to strengthen Anti-graft Unit

New Delhi, April 15: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will appoint a consultant for its anti-corruption unit that probes the matter related to match fixing in IPL.

The move came after a leading daily exposed that a RR player was offered bribe by a colleague from Mumbai Ranji team to fix a match in the ongoing IPL season 8.

BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya said that the cricket board will do all the efforts to make the game spotless and there is place for corruption and bribery in the sports.

The appointment of a consultant will strengthen the anti-corruption unit of the board. Dalmiya has assured that the probe will be ordered into the allegations that RR player was approached to fix a match.

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