The International Cricket Council (ICC) is investigating deep penetration of corruption in Sri Lanka Cricket, but its anti-corruption unit official claimed that most of the bookies involved in such corrupt activities are Indians.
Earlier this week Sri Lanka's former captain Sanath Jayasuriya came wrapped in the ICC's violation of the Anti-Corruption Code. Although Jayasuriya was not accused of fixing but he was found guilty of not cooperating with the investigating officers. Recently, the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit shared information about the active corrupt people associated with England and Sri Lankan cricketers.
General Manager of the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit, Alex Marshall said to ESPN Cricinfo that there were both local and Indian bookies in Sri Lanka. But most speculators in most parts of the world are Indians.
This reveals Marshall's revelation though, because former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has accepted the allegations of spot-fixing on himself that he had taken money from Indian bookie Anu Bhatt to fix the match.
On this allegation, along with Danish, former Essex team player Marvyn Westfield was also involved. Let us tell you that Westfield had taken $ 7862 from Anu Bhatt for allegedly giving 12 runs in his first over during a 40-over county match in Durham in 2009. It was a deal in Kaneria was the middle man who introduced Westfield to Bhatt.Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the land of Sun, Sand and adventures