Spot-fixing probe: Ajit Chandila's wife asked how he was bringing so much money home, say sources

Bookie Jiju Janardhan, who was dealing with other bookies on behalf of Sreesanth, was paid Rs. 10 lakh for the cricketer; Ankeet Chavan was paid an advance too, of which he spent some money. Chandila, meanwhile, was given an expensive watch, sources said.

updated: May 18, 2013 23:02 IST
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The three arrested Rajasthan Royals players were willingly participating in spot-fixing, but some taped phone conversations have revealed that they were, at times, threatened by the bookies, sources in the Delhi Police have told NDTV.

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Revealing details of the case, police sources said that the players, S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, were paid in cash as well as kind.

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