Former Indian batsman and current U19 team coach Rahul Dravid has been included in the Anti-Corruption Unit Oversight Group of ICC to review its performance annually.
Dravid is currently in Bangladesh with the U19 World Cup team. He has played international cricket without any controversy and is reputed as one of the classical cricketers in the world.
Dravid took retirement from international cricket in 2012 after the dismal Australia tour. He is very vocal critics of corruption in the game.
Last year in the Tiger Pataudi memorial lecture he raised his voice against age fudging in age group cricket.
Under Dravid’s coaching, India U19 boys qualified in the quarterfinal and will face Namibia.
Dravid in the U19 World Cup meets other teams colts, manager and coaches. He entered the dressing room of teams like Canada, Nepal and Pakistan and inspired them with pep talks.
Because of his reputation as a gentleman of the game has been included in the ICC’s Anti-Corruption Unit.