Indian Premier League Will be Free of Controversy, Hopes BCCI

Sunil Gavaskar, the interim BCCI President for Indian Premier League affairs, said the meeting held by the IPL Governing Council was to take stock of what happened in the United Arab Emirates leg.

updated: May 03, 2014 19:29 IST
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Mumbai: The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) on Saturday stopped short of confirming if paceman Morne Morkel was approached by a suspicious element in the UAE leg of the IPL and remained confident that the current edition of the T20 league will not be hit by any off-field controversy. (Governing Council Lauds UAE Success)

There were reports that after being approached by a suspicious person, Kolkata Knight Riders' South African pacer Morkel had alerted the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit of the IPL. (Full Schedule)

Asked about the same at the IPL Governing Council meeting here, BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel said they are awaiting a detailed report.

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