New Delhi: Ajay Maken on Friday, told reporters that the Board of Control for Cricket in India should call Vinod Kambli and question him on his allegations about possible match-fixing in the 1996 World Cup.
Kambli had earlier claimed that he suspected the Eden semi-final between India and Sri Lanka to be fishy and it prompted Maken to call for a probe by BCCI. "The concerned sports federation should call Kambli and ought to question him," he said at Nagpur where he will witness the footnall matches of Nagpur Premier League.
BCCI's Rajiv Shukla had said on Saturday that Kambli's allegations were not worth probing but Maken was firm that any claims of betting must be checked and dealt with sternly. "A law against betting will be discussed with the Home Ministry," he said.