No fixing allegations against Mosadedek: Papon
CRICDOT DESK : The whispers about fixing started from the Sylhet episode of the recently concluded BPL. The controversy was sparked by Mehdi Miraj, who lost the leadership of Chittagong Challengers. He made the allegation of fixing without giving his name. There has been a lot of fixing in the BPL in the past.
A number of local and foreign cricketers have also been punished. However, this time the fixing controversy did not arise in that way. Towards the end of the session, the discussion started around a media report. The media claimed that Mosaddek Hossain, who was leading the Sylhet Sunrisers at the beginning of the BPL, had been accused of fixing the beach. He is involved in Abu Dhabi T-10, BCL ODI format and this year’s BPL fixing.
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Earlier, the Sylhet authorities removed Mosaddeq from the leadership and gave the responsibility to Ravi Bopara. The media claimed that Mossaddek had been interrogated extensively by the ICC’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACSU). An investigation is still going on.
After the match yesterday, BCB chief Nazmul Hasan Papon dismissed the allegation and said, “There must be some allegation before the investigation. The first thing is that we do not have any such information. And it is not a matter for us to see. To see this, we have an anti-corruption unit, the Axus, and the ICC. Nothing came to us from anywhere. What is our problem, we defame ourselves, this is our problem. BPL said and Anadhya said whatever. In all other countries, but they do not say bad. I hear only praise. ‘