BCCI suspends Hiken Shah for breaking Anti-Corruption Code

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has suspended Mumbai Ranji player Hiken Shah for breaking its Anti-Corruption Code after it was observed that he made a ripple in front of the current year’s Indian Premier League ( IPL) season.

It has been uncovered that Shah had drawn nearer Rajasthan Royal’s leg-spinner Pravin Tambe for match altering.

The BCCI said in an announcement that it has suspended Shah with quick impact, including that he was discovered blameworthy of breaking the Anti-Corruption Code.

Tambe had before apparently said that that he was drawn nearer by his Ranji partner, including that he had declined the offer. Tambe likewise said that he had reported the occurrence to the BCCI’s against defilement unit before the current year’s competition.

Shah, who last played against Uttar Pradesh at Kanpur in December 2014, has been a steady entertainer for Mumbai.



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