CORRUPTION IN CRICKET
Lokuhettige has 14 days to reply to the prices. © Getty
Extinct Sri Lankan cricketer Dilhara Lokuhettige became charged by the ICC with three counts of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code, on Thursday (April 4)
Here’s the 2nd time in six months ICC has leveled prices against the 38-year conventional extinct all-rounder. In November closing year, Lokuhettige became charged with a identical offence on three counts of breaching the ECB’s (Emirates Cricket Board) anti-corruption code.
In line with the ICC, Lokuhettige has breached the next offences below the anti-corruption code:
Article 2.1.1-Fixing, contriving or otherwise influencing improperly, or being a occasion to any settlement or effort to fix or contrive or otherwise affect improperly, the result, development, conduct or another aspect of any Global Match
Article 2.1.4-At the moment or ultimately soliciting, inducing, enticing, instructing, persuading, encouraging or deliberately facilitating any Participant to breach Code Article 2.1.
Article 2.4.4 –Failing to give away to the ACU stout info of any approaches or invitations received by him to clutch in corrupt conduct below the Code.
The glossy-or-garden Sri Lankan global had been stumbled on responsible of identical prices in the case of the T10 league in 2017, held by the ECB, and became provisionally suspended by the ICC.
Lokuhettige will now bear 14 days – beginning 3 April 2019 – to reply to the new prices leveled against him.