New Delhi: Indian Premier League's chief operating officer Sundar Raman knew a contact of a bookie and had contacted him eight times in one season, Justice Mukul Mudgal panel told Supreme Court yesterday.
"This individual knew a contact of a bookie and had contacted him eight times in one season. This individual admitted knowing the contact of the bookies but, however, claimed to be unaware of his connection with betting activities," the report said.
The report also stated that Raman had received information about Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra taking part in betting activities, "This individual also accepted that he had received information about individual 1 (Meiyappan) and individual 11 (Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra) taking part in betting activities but was informed by the ICC-ACSU chief that this was not actionable information. This individual also accepted that this information was not conveyed to any other individual."
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