Bangalore: Ajit Chandila, the Rajasthan Royals player implicated in the spot-fixing scandal in IPL VI, said he was shocked at being held under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) by the Delhi police, and hoped no one would have to face what he went through.
Chandila, who was arrested on May 16 alongwith S Sreesanth and Ankeet Chavan for alleged spot-fixing, was granted bail for two days to perform the last rites of his deceased brother.
"I don't even know the A of MCOCA," Chandila told a news channel on Monday (August 5). "My family are shocked by the MCOCA charge and they are suffering because such a big tragedy has happened with me. After I got arrested, my brother was admitted (to the hospital) the next day. A lot of things came my way, and I pray to God that this doesn't happen with anyone else. And if my family is going through this, what will happen to the others' families who are involved in this case?"