Previous Sri Lanka Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage had dazed the cricket universe by asserting that the 2011 World Cup last among India and Sri Lanka in Mumbai was fixed. At the notable Wankhede Stadium, the Men dressed in Blue, drove by MS Dhoni, had won the last by six wickets close by. This was the main occurrence of a country securing the pined for trophy on their home soil.
Aluthgamage, who was Sri Lanka’s Sports Minister around then, had as of late said that specific gatherings were unquestionably engaged with fixing the game. Keeping the players out of this issue, the ex-Sports Minister said that it was a game that the Lankans could’ve won.
“I would not include the cricketers in this. In any case, certain gatherings were unquestionably engaged with fixing the game,” Mahindananda Aluthgamage had said. Following his case, the police had flame broiled previous boss selector Aravinda de Silva, opening batsman Upul Tharanga and the 2011 commander Kumar Sangakkara. De Silva and Sangakkara were flame broiled for six and 10 hours separately which likewise prompted fights outside the SLC office.
In any case, the Special Investigation Division of the Police didn’t discover any proof and they needed to close the examination until further notice. In any case, Aluthgamage hasn’t eased off and has now said that he has more proof to ICC that Sri Lanka purposely lost the World Cup last as it was fixed.
Aluthgamage needs ICC to start the examination once more
Mahindananda Aluthgamage has said that there were “influential individuals who are going through immense entireties of cash to quiet the examination”. He even uncovered that he has educated Alex Marshall, against defilement boss at the International Cricket Council (ICC), that he was prepared to give more proof indicating the match was tossed.
Marshall, in an announcement on Friday, had said that “right now” the ICC has “not been given any proof that bolsters the cases made or which would justify propelling an examination”.
“Charges of this nature amazingly truly and should we get any proof to validate the cases, we will audit our present position,” Marshall had included.
Mahindananda Aluthgamage likewise said police had neglected to test the cases appropriately and he even asked Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to intercede and compel the ICC to start the examination once more.