The South African fast bowler Morne Morkel, who is now playing for the Kolkata Knight Riders in this season of the Indian Premier League, has tipped off the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) of the IPL that he got conferred by a doubtable person in Dubai.
He has felt agonizing in coping with that person. In accordance with a report in the Time of India on Friday, the ACSU got put on guard about a mysterious and doubtable woman, who attempted to enter a hotel in Dubai where the players of the IPL franchise side Rajasthan Royals are residing.
However, the ACSU, which acts as the watchdog of the ICC, has declined the confirmation of the Morkel up to now.
The ACSU is being presided over by Ravi Sawani along with another investigating officer Niranjan Singh Virk. They have arrived in the UAE following the decision of the BCCI to arrange the first part of the IPL in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.
The ACSU squad looks up each and every match in order to keep track of any doubtful activities, which may be at the bottom of the betting or spot-Morne MorkelMorne Morkelfixing.
India got discarded Sharjah as a venue in 2000 following the match-fixing outrages.
The IPL has already got contaminated with the accusations of the match-fixing and betting profanation in the season six. The Union Sports Ministry has always on the lookout that the first peg of the season seven of the IPL is being arranged in the bookie-ravaged territory again.
Though, the ACSU has discarded Morkel’s accusation, but if the accusation is found true, then it can be claimed without any hesitation that the bookies are not by a long way.