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BCCI’s ACU limits players from meeting visitors
Tuesday 09 May 2017

 

In a first of its kind, the BCCI’s anti-corruption unit (ACU) has imposed a restriction on a direct meeting between cricketers and other people. This limitation, as reported in Hindustantimes.com, will be applicable during the two IPL matches to be held at Kanpur.
As per the rules, if at all any meetings are to take place then it shall be in the lobby of the hotel, and the hotel manager will be present.
The unit members also cross-checked the credentials of the staff of the hotel where the players are staying. Apart from this, the IT equipment in the hotel was also checked.
Furthermore, the unit members will also keep a watch on comments made on social media and messages sent on emails to ensure that no unwanted communication is made. These measures have been taken to maintain the menace of betting completely away from the game of cricket.
The two matches scheduled in Kanpur will take on May 10 and May 13. Gujarat Lions are set to take on Delhi Daredevils on May 10.

 

In a first of its kind, the BCCI’s anti-corruption unit (ACU) has imposed a restriction on a direct meeting between cricketers and other people.

This limitation, as reported in Hindustantimes.com, will be applicable during the two IPL matches to be held at Kanpur. As per the rules, if at all any meetings are to take place then it shall be in the lobby of the hotel, and the hotel manager will be present.

The unit members also cross-checked the credentials of the staff of the hotel where the players are staying. Apart from this, the IT equipment in the hotel was also checked. Furthermore, the unit members will also keep a watch on comments made on social media and messages sent on emails to ensure that no unwanted communication is made.

These measures have been taken to maintain the menace of betting completely away from the game of cricket.The two matches scheduled in Kanpur will take on May 10 and May 13. Gujarat Lions are set to take on Delhi Daredevils on May 10.

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