Published: Sat, October 28, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

ICC probes suspended Pune curator after TV sting operation

ICC probes suspended Pune curator after TV sting operation

"The BCCI appointed curator Ramesh Mhamunkar was immediately made the point person for the centre wicket and the field of play for the second ODI between India and New Zealand".

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has launched a probe after a curator in Pune was caught in a TV sting operation allegedly promising to manipulate the pitch ahead of yesterday's second one-dayer between India and New Zealand.

The bowlers were not identified. In another exchange, in a auto, the reporter asks whether two fast bowlers could be given some help from the match's pitch.

The India Today footage of Salgaoncar talking to a reporter, who was posing as a bookmaker, was broadcast a few hours before the match. "I guess it will garner 337 (runs)", Salgaoncar disclosed.

CK Khanna, the acting president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, said, "Yes, he has been suspended and banned from entering the stadium". "It is very good". He also assured that a score of 337 runs will be chaseable as well. He tells them that as per regulations no outsider is allowed to be at the pitch.

Salgaoncar represented Maharashtra as a fast bowler from 1971-82.

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And in another, the reporter asks that either a player or a team - the identity has been bleeped out - be dealt a "favor" for the game. "Here a random man comes, doesn't have an all-access area pass and is taken to the main pitch by the curator", a BCCI official said.

There have been rumors floating regarding the Pune match pitch fixing for the 2nd India NZ match on October 25th.Earlier, there was suspense on the match.

"The matter has come to our notice and we are looking into the details".

"I have to tell that the MCA, of course, the BCCI too, along with the Committee of the Administrators (CoA) have zero tolerance on such subjects, so MCA will be making a detailed inquiry on what has happened or what has appeared on television".

Speaking to reporters, Abhay Apte, the MCA president, promised action if needed, saying, "We will look into the matter".

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