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IPL Spot-fixing scandal: Jagdale questioned by Delhi Police
Even as the turmoil over the resignation of BCCI chief N Srinivasan continues, the focus now is back to the investigations by the Delhi police over...
Even as the turmoil over the resignation of BCCI chief N Srinivasan continues, the focus now is back to the investigations by the Delhi police over the spot-fixing scandal where Rajasthan Royals players are being interrogated. Former BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale was today summoned by the Delhi Police to get a hang of the revenue model of Indian Premier League in connection with the spot-fixing scandal. The police wants to get an idea of A BCCI's role in the agreement between Rajasthan Royals and cricketers as the agreement is a tripartite one, sources said. Rajasthan Royals had filed complaint against the three arrested players -- Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan -- on the basis of breach of contract. "He is not called for questioning. We want to understand certain things," a senior police official said. Jagdale recently resigned as BCCI secretary on Friday. Sources also said they want to know whether BCCI wants to be a complainant in this case. Twenty six people, including three players, have been arrested since May 6 from various places in the country after the IPL spot-fixing scandal came to light.