S. Sreesanth fixed matches, Amit Singh the bad apple, says Ravi Sawani's report

The probe panel report submitted by Anti-Corruption Unit chief Ravi Sawani to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) disciplinary committee.

updated: September 13, 2013 17:34 IST
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During Sreeesanth's examination, he stated that he was closely associated with Jiju Janardhan, another cricket player. They had first met at MRF Pace Foundation in 2003.

Sreesanth stated that Jiju had joined him at Jaipur either before or after the Mumbai Indians game. According to Sreesanth Jiju was his partner while training in the gym.

The Delhi Police had questioned Sreesanth about the alleged fix arrived at by Jiju on his behalf i.e. to give 14 runs in his second over during the IPL game against Kings XI Punjab at Mohali. As per Delhi Police, Jiju had arranged with the bookies that he would give a signal to confirm that the fix was on by wearing a towel. Sreesanth stated that Delhi Police had accused him of having done this fix with Jiju and other bookie agents he later learnt to be Mannan and Chandresh Patel.

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