Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta has alleged that her team players were involved in suspicious activities in the working group meeting of IPL on August 8.

A report carried out by The Indian Express claimed that Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta told BCCI during a meeting this month that some of her players looked suspicious and may have been involved in give up the matches in the Indian Premier League.

However, Zinta snapped the report with series of tweets. She said she had suggested random lie detector tests to stop players from resorting to match fixing.

 

 

The IPL franchise in the 2015 IPL has lost 10 matches and won just four matches. The Bollywood actress said her team’s match strategy was looked predecided. The results were predicted. She told the meeting on August 8 that she had been observing such suspicious activities in the team, but there was not strong evidence that is why she did not file any complaint.

The working group had met to discuss IPL 9 in the wake of the suspension of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. She made this allegation in front of all the stakeholders of the IPL and four members of the working group-IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary and former India captain Sourav Ganguly.

Zinta also said she confronted many players on the issue and even dropped the players. She put them on the auction and told their activities to other franchises, the report said.

Zinta said people predicted the outcome of the game that turned out a spot on after the match. She told officials that she confronted many players on the issue and even dropped the players. She put them on the auction and told their activities to other franchises, the report said.

However, she did not reveal any players name. And even not mention in which IPL she put suspected players on auction. But she told other franchise about those players.

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