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Judges Banned for Two Groups in IPL

Judges Banned for Two Groups in IPL

Due to the IPL match fixing which is turned now to spot fixing of the team Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings Teams were banned for two years.

The owner of the Rajasthan Royals and the actress Shilpa Shetty's spouse Raj Kundra and Chennai Super Kings Owner and the son-in-law of ICC chief N Srinivasan Gurunath Meiyappan were suspended from cricket in their life time.

Gurunath Meiyappan got the least punishment of 1 month jail and Rs.200 fine for betting the game. It is a least one for the cause of first time. On Meiyappan there is also charge for cheating in a game and the punishment for this go for up to five years.

The charge sheet was filed against other 21 persons includes Bollywood actor and Pakistan umpire.

Raj Kundra who is a citizen of Britain and a business man also banned for participating in all the cricket oriented activities in India by RM Lodha, the former Chief Justice of India.

Delhi Police says there is no solid evidence to arrest him and says he had bet through his business partner.

'Today is a very depressing and sad day for me as my integrity has been questioned and my support in this investigation seems to have backfired. While I have great respect for the Supreme Court and the judicial system, unfortunately, in this case, I cannot but feel that I have been wronged.' Kundra said in his statement to the popular media.

The Delhi Police traced some of the call numbers and found one of the call is from Pakistan. One of the voices was identified as Dawood Ibrahim.

It is expected to adopt two other new teams instead of CSK and RR. Some former cricket players can be selected to run the new teams who are considered to be prominent.

Judges Banned for Two Groups in IPL

Judges Banned for Two Groups in IPL