Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Players are surprised because BCCI is using ACSU to snoop and spy on players to resist match-fixing

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 BCCI is making a very radical proposal by Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) in order to resist the match-fixing in the Indian cricket. A proposal has been issued by BCCI’s ACSU chief, according to which they need a high tech device and snooping tools to look on officials and players. As per reports proposals have miffed some of the top BCCI Officials and cricketers.

A BCCI official in his statement said “Yes, it is true that Shabir saab has proposed a great many things. But we are still reviewing the proposal. Some of it has outraged many and some are debatable. So, we will take a call after discussing it with the stakeholders. We also have to take into account the privacy of players and officials,”

BCCI will definitely go to any length to prevent match-fixing in domestic cricket. They will be giving spy tools, mobile forensic equipment. BCCI’s ACSU chief Shabir Hussein, Shekhadam Khandwawala had asked for through BCCI’s CEO Hemang Amin in BCCI’s Annual general meeting.

ASCU’s chief demands in cricket

  • A dedicated and secure Storage Locker to safe keep confidential information and inquiry reports.
  • A separate seating is to be arranged for the ACSU officials in the BCCI office
  • ACSU officials would require specialized equipment to capture conversations and activities of ‘fixers’ and other persons of interest.
  • ACSU needs to procure: Video Cameras for recording interviews, Audio recorders, Point and Click cameras, Concealed voice recorders, Concealed video recorders, Mobile forensics equipment for downloading and analysing Mobile phone data
  • Portable printers — to enable Investigators to conduct interviews and take signed statements from individuals.
  • High resolution

BCCI has tried its best to cut down practices of corruption and ACSU will over 90% of the matches. BCCI also introduced a helpline number for players to report practices.

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