COLOMBO: India has offered to help Sri Lanka with its investigation into match-settling in cricket and drafting laws to battle duping in the amusement, a Sri Lankan bureau serve said on Monday.
Sri Lanka’s Petroleum Minister Arjuna Ranatunga said India’s Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) could give specialized ability in examining broad claims of defilement in cricket.
“I made the demand, and Prime Minister [Narendra] Modi quickly place me in contact with the CBI,” said Ranatunga, who additionally skippered Sri Lanka amid their World Cup triumph in 1996.
“We don’t have the skill or the laws to manage this issue in an appropriate way. India guaranteed to help us in drafting enactment as well,” the clergyman said subsequent to coming back from New Delhi.
The CBI named Ranatunga and his representative Aravinda de Silva in a match-settling examination in 2000 yet the combine were cleared of any bad behavior.
Sri Lanka guaranteed to build up an uncommon police unit to research coordinate settling after a narrative disclosed in May claimed huge worldwide defilement in cricket.
Galle groundsman Tharanga Indika and expert cricketer Tharindu Mendis supposedly guessed about settling the contribute to guarantee an outcome under four days in the Test against England.
The two men have been suspended by Sri Lanka Cricket pending an ICC examination. A third man, commonplace mentor Jeevantha Kulatunga, was additionally suspended.