Shashank Manohar asks BCCI to hand over spot-fixing investigation to central investigative agency

Shashank Manohar said that every match of the 2013 IPL should be probed © Getty Images

New Delhi: May 26, 2013

Former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Shashank Manohar ton Sunday urged the BCCI to hand over the investigations into the IPL spot-fixing scandal to a central investigative agency which will probe all the matches of the cash-rich league.

“BCCI must come clean in wake of the recent spot-fixing scandal. They must cleanse the system completely and a central investigative agency must look into the aspect during any or every tournament including international fixtures,” Manohar told Times Now on Sunday.

Manohar also advised that “every match of the sixth edition (before the final) should be probed. The call details of not only all the players but also the members of the support staff, officials should be tracked in order to carry out a smooth investigations.”

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