Jaipur: An official of Sriganganagar district cricket association has lodged a complaint at a police station here Friday, accusing BCCI president N. Srinivasan and his son-in-law Gurunath Mayappan of fixing several IPL6 matches.
Mehmood M.Abdi, president of Sriganganagar district cricket Association, has alleged in his complaint, lodged at Jyoti Nagar police station, that Chennai Super King's match played at Sawai Mansingh stadium on May 12, was fixed and CSK batsmen deliberately mis-hit the balls and they also fielded poorly to lose the match.
According to the complaint, it was the 61st match of IPL between CSK and Rajasthan Royals. Mayyappan had informed the bookies that the score would be around 130-140 and this was what exactly happened.
CSK set a target of 141 which RR chased down in 17.1 overs losing five wickets.
Sreesanth, Chandela and Ankit Chauhan, accused in match fixing, were not jn the team.
He claimed that around two billions dollars were at stake during the match.
Abdi further alleged that S. Ravi was among one of those umpires who were appointed by Srinivasan without consulting the umpires committee.
He said that during India tour of Sri Lanka in 2010, a woman was sent by a bookie to one of the Indian player's hotel room but Srinivasan hushed up the matter.