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Was never questioned by ICC: Bravo

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Published on July 03, 2015 with No Comments

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has claimed it handled the Lalit Modi’s 2013 confidential e-mail, in which he had alleged that Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja and Dwayne Bravoreceived bribes from a Mumbai builder, in accordance with “its standard operating procedure“ but one wonders if the procedure involved questioning the players. One of the three players has said he was never questioned by the world body.
“No, the ICC has not questioned me on this,“ Bravo said while talking about being nominated for ESPY award in the US for his acrobatic catch in the IPL this year. He will be competing, among others, with Lionel Messi for the honour but the allegations have come as “a shocker“ for him.
“It is a scandal. I can’t believe something like that being said about me,“ the former West India captain told Mirror from his Trinidad home on Wednesday. “I love this game so much that I will never do anything to jeopardise my relationship with my fans in India,“ Bravo said denying the charges that he received Rs 20 crore (over $ 3 milliion) bribe from Dewan Baba, a Mumbai-based builder.
Modi had alleged that the three Chennai Super Kings players received bribe from Baba who, he said, is a known bookie. But Bravo rubbished the claim saying he never met the builder. “I don’t know the builder and never met him. It (the charges) is in the hands of my lawyers now,“ he said. “I love my fans. They are my heart and soul. I will not do anything to endanger my career and myself. The allegations are wrong.“


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