Match fixing of women cricket !
Match fixing was limited to men cricket until now,but now the scene is extended to Women cricket too. An Indian female cricketer has been approached by two cricket bookies. It is hoped that a large amount of cash will be put in match-fixing. The cricketer, however, reported the matter to the BCCI Anti-Corruption Unit. The event came to light late last year.
Earlier this year, India hosted short-overs matches between India and England women’s cricket teams. Two bookies, Rakesh Bafna and Jitendra Kothari, approached a female cricketer. As they say, they offered to pay huge amounts of cash if the match changes. The cricketer, however, acknowledged the danger and slipped from there.
In February of this year, She filed a complaint with the Anti-Corruption Unit. Against this backdrop, the BCCI has lodged a complaint with the Bangalore police against the two accused. Meanwhile, BCCI Anti-Corruption Chief Ajit Singh Shekhawat confirmed this.