BCCI suspend Kundra, ban on cheerleaders and late night party

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New Delhi | The emergency meeting held by the Board of Control for Cricket in India(BCCI) at New Delhi suspended co-owner of Rajasthan Royals Raj Kundra and announce 12 plans for the major clean up after the illegal betting and spot fixing scandal in IPL-6.

In forthcoming IPL, there will be no dancing cheerleaders, no late night party. To make IPL clean and clear BCCI made 12 point namely “Operation Clean-up” at the emergency meeting held on Monday. Raj Kundra has been suspended by the BCCI till the pending inquiry, from all cricketing activities.

The emergency meeting held by BCCI at New Delhi on Monday, for the Rajasthan Royals IPL Franchise and co-owner Raj Kundra among spot fixing and illegal betting. The Cricket official had concern about the demolishing popularities of IPL. Jagmohan Dalmia said – “We had prepared 12 different points to make IPL free from any controversy.”

We had taken some hard decision and made rules for cricketer, support staff and team owner, for saving cricket and IPL.

Cricket Council also fills the Secretary and Cashier vacant positions which are made due to resignation of Jagdale and Ajay Shirke. Sanjay Patel was assigned as Secretary while President of Mumbai Cricket Association Ravi Sawant as Cashier.

Following are the 12 points of 'Operation Clean Up' announced by the BCCI

1.    Removal of sleaze, no cheerleaders, no after-match parties for players and support staff.
2.    Strict code of conduct to be followed by players, support staff and franchise owners.



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