Sourav Ganguly scheduled to interact with members of Mudgal panel on June 18
Sourav Ganguly is expected to go through the recordings of IPL games © AFP
June 11, 2014
Sourav Ganguly, former Indian captain and middle-order batsman is expected to interact with members of Mudgal panel on July 18 in Delhi. Ganguly, now being a part of the probe panel is expected to go through recordings of some Indian Premier League (IPL) games.
Ganguly’s views will be taken into consideration on certain batsmen, who have come under the scanner for suspicious activity. Recordings related to bowlers also will be shown to him, as reported by Deccan Chronicle.
It is believed that Rakesh Maria, the Mumbai Police commissioner has been taking special interest in the ongoing investigation. In fact, Maria is said to have launched a team to investigate the fixing allegations secretly.
Mudgal panel on its part in the original probe committee report gave its views on Mumbai police, “The approach of the Mumbai police appears very curious and more so keeping in mind the abrupt voluntary statement of the Mumbai Police before the Committee that their focus in the said investigation was Gurunath Meiyappan.”