New Delhi: Rubbishing the comments made by Mazhar Majeed, the agent involved in spot-fixing controversy, of having an access to players like Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh, the BCCI said they were nothing but 'wild claims'.
Ratnakar Shetty, CAO of BCCI, said: "BCCI does not think that this is important enough to be discussed because there is no allegation against any player as such."
Rajiv Shukla, BCCI vice-president, also shunned the claims. "Why are you giving too much importance. After 6 months he is dropping names. Both players (Bhajji and Yuvraj) have spoken to me and they don't know him," he told NDTV.