Former chief of the Board of control for cricket India (BCCI) Sharad Pawar on Thursday urged the cricket federation to take stern action against the three Indian cricket league players involved in spot-fixing. The players belonged to Rajasthan Royals, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila including pacer, S Sreesanth who was also part of India's 2011 world cup winning cricket team. Pawar condemned the greedy act of the players and urged the BBCI to take stern actions. Meanwhile, BCCI President N. Srinivasan promised tough actions against the players, but said that BCCI cannot keep a track of everything.
IPL: Sharad Pawar demands action against players involved in spot fixing
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