Colombo: Sri Lanka government will soon be framing anti-corruption laws to eradicate the possibility of match fixing in cricket, Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage has told the Parliament.
Speaking at a late evening adjournment motion moved by the opposition legislator John Amaratunga, Aluthgamage, however, clarified that no Sri Lankan cricketer had ever been guilty of match fixing.
He said the new laws would also be expanded to cover more regulatory powers over the functions of the local cricket governing body, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC).
A committee has been tasked to frame the legislation.
Amaratunga from the opposition UNP lamented that Sri