Although match-fixing is a case in point, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. –The game is meant to entertain people, not to deceive them. The emotions of the spectators are connected with that game. But some people do not understand these feelings. And the game gets a different look and the game gets discredited. We have all experienced this before.
Recently, an Indian player has made a big revelation about this. Let’s learn about it.
Rajagopal Sathish, who has represented teams like Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings), Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the IPL. He created a sensation in the Indian cricket world when claiming that lakhs of rupees were offered to him to fix the match. Former IPL and Ranji Trophy player Satish has alleged that he was offered Rs.40 lakh for match-fixing on Instagram. A complaint was lodged with the Bangalore Police in this regard.
Before the police, he took up the matter with the BCCI and the ICC has also been informed about it. A formal police complaint has been registered. A special team has been informed about this and the police suspect that the accused named Bani Anand is in Bangalore.
Apart from the state, Tamil Nadu, Satish has also represented Assam in domestic cricket. He also played in the controversial Indian Cricket League. However, after the approval of the BCCI, he returned to Indian cricket. 41-year-old Satish now plays for Chepauk Super in the Tamil Nadu Premier League. It is believed that he was offered for match-fixing in this tournament.
He did not disclose the match name and the year and time of the match in the post that he has shared. We have to wait and watch the situation that comes with many different aspects we missed out on in the near future.