The BCCI on Monday gave a huge break to Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja by giving them a clean chit after previous IPL official Lalit Modi had blamed the two Indian all-rounders, alongside the West Indian Dwayne Bravo, of association in betting.
Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja Out Of Trouble:
Board secretary Anurag Thakur and chief selector Sandeep Patil tended to the media in New Delhi subsequent to reporting the India squad for the tour of Zimbabwe, where more than seven players were refreshed, including ODI and Test captains MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli, respectively.
The duo additionally said that the ICC investigation into Modi’s mail to the apex body in 2013 will uncover reality. “Lalit Modi had composed an email to ICC. The ICC had educated BCCI with respect to this email,” Thakur replied because of an inquiry on the issue. “These three are international players, and the ICC needs to lead an enquiry. So far the ICC has not turn out with a report. There is no information from the ICC starting at this point. In a way, this is a clean chit,” Thakur said.
“When some individual plays international cricket, the ICC is responsible. Just the ICC can reply according to their examinations. It falls under ICC’s domain. They have said that they are enquiring, so no one but they can reply on this. In the event that there was anything, they could have reported back to us,” the board secretary further said.
Modi, a week ago tweeted out that he educated the ICC about the three players’ association with betting through an email in 2013, which the ICC affirmed on Sunday.
“The ICC affirms that Mr. Modi’s classified email, which was gotten in June 2013, and which has as of late been distributed on Twitter, was given to the ACSU around then,” the world cricket body had reacted. “The ACSU took care of that data as per its standard working strategies, which included imparting it to the BCCI’s against defilement unit.”
After India’s defeat in Bangladesh, there were reports of rift in the changing area yet the chief selector invalidated those as simple bits of gossip.
Patil completely said that “all is well inside of the Indian group”.
Thakur was likewise gotten some information about the character of the player who was drawn closer for spot-altering in front of the 2015 release.
“We don’t unveil the name of the players. On the off chance that a player has been drawn closer, we report it to the opposition to anti*corruption unit,” he said. We need to take a look at the definite report. Once the last report comes in, then we will make a move. Starting now, enquiry is still not over,” Thakur included.