2011 WC ‘fixing’ probe: Former SL captain Aravinda de Silva grilled for six hours; Sangakkara requested to offer assertion

An investigation was began into the 2011 World Cup last by the Sri Lankan Ministry of Sports, following former Minister of Sports Mahindananda Aluthgamage’s allegations that the April 2, 2011 last was fastened although no substantial proof has been furnished to corroborate the cost.

According to ‘newswire.lk’, Sangakkara, who captained Sri Lanka within the 2011 World Cup last, recorded his assertion over 10 hours. However, the main points of his deposition usually are not often called but.

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“Former Sri Lanka cricket Captain Kumar Sangakkara recorded a statement for nearly 10 hours at the Special Police Investigation Division of the Ministry of Sports today,” the web site reported.

It additionally reported that members of a youth outfit — Samagi Tharuna Balawegaya — gathered outdoors the SLC workplace with posters alleging {that a} legendary cricketer was being harassed by authorities.

Sangakkara, in response to a report in ‘Island’, was speculated to report his assertion subsequent week however requested the police for an early deposition. Already, former Chairman of the 2011 National Selection Committee Aravinda de Silva and opener Upul Tharanga, have recorded their respective statements.

Till now, not one of the cricketers, who’ve deposed, have made any public feedback.



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