HomeNewsIndia

MATCH-FIXING REPORT GOES TO PARLIAMENT

“Parliament witnessed uproar over the match-fixing issue, and hence the report would also be tabled there (Parliament) during the (winter) session,” Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa said.

The winter session of Parliament begins in the third week of November.

The federal Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) began probing allegations of match-fixing in Indian cricket after Delhi police charged South Africa’s former captain Hansie Cronje and three of his team-mates with ?cheating, fraud and criminal conspiracy” during a one-day series in India last March.

Cronje has since been handed a life ban from South African cricket by the United Cricket Board of South Africa.

Reuters