BCCI ACU chief keen on speaking to match-fixing accused Sanjeev Chawla

Chawla was introduced from London on an Al plane by a three-member staff.

Sanjeev Chawla
Sanjeev Chawla. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

Sanjeev Chawla, who was accused of match-fixing again in 2000, has been extradited from London and has been dropped at New Delhi on Wednesday, February 12. He was remanded within the custody of Delhi Police for 12 days. Chawla has been dealing with the allegations after a probe revealed that he had relations with Hansie Cronje, surrounding marring the sanctity of the sport.

Cronje died in a airplane crash in 2002. Now the Board of Management for India’s (BCCI) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) is planning to maintain an in depth watch on Chawla. Ajeet Singh, the ACU chief, is eager to having a chat with Chawla and he sounded optimistic about working with individuals, concerned with the case.

“Our officers who’re in Delhi shall be related to it and they’ll additionally comply with up. In the event that they (Delhi Police) allow us, we wish to discuss to Sanjeev Chawla. If we get permission, we will certainly discuss to him.

The officer we’ve in Delhi was related to this case and he’s now with BCCI which is able to assist us,” Singh was quoted as saying in India At present. Chawla was introduced from London on an Al plane by a three-member staff, headed by DCP Ram Gopal Naik.

Delhi Police Crime Department needed thorough investigation

Beforehand, Delhi Police’s Crime department stated that the thorough investigation of the case wanted to be performed. The physique feels it’s essential to get in-depth into the case so as to churn out minor intricacies.

“To begin with, he needs to be interrogated at size to unearth the entire conspiracy. All accused concerned in India or overseas are to be recognized. He needs to be taken to Cochin, Jamshedpur, Faridabad, Vadodara, Nagpur Mumbai and Bangalore for investigation.

Detailed interrogation and confrontation with different accused individuals is to be carried out to fully unearth the match-fixing conspiracy,” Delhi Police’s Crime Department had informed the courtroom earlier.

In 2000, Delhi Police busted the match-fixing racket. Chawla was labelled because the ‘predominant conduit’ and the Delhi Police Crime Department had sought his custody for 14 days. Nonetheless, Sudhir Kumar Sirohi, Further Chief Metropolitan Justice of the Peace, permitted for Chawla’s quizzing for 12 days.

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