Sri Lanka has banned the investigation into allegations of fixing the 2011 World Cup

Sri Lanka has banned the investigation into allegations of fixing the 2011 World Cup after questioning senior players.


The Sri Lankan sports minister has propelled an examination concerning claims of fixing the 2011 World Cup. The Special Investigation Unit even scrutinized the then Sri Lankan group commander Kumar Sangakkara, bad habit chief Mahela Jayawardene and selector Arvind de Silva. Nonetheless, the Ministry of Sports has restricted the examination because of absence of proof. This was declared today by the service. 

In 2011, Sri Lanka's games serve, Mahidananda Aluthgamage, blamed the world for fixing. At that point there was the mayhem the nation over. In the end the Ministry of Sports started exploring the occurrence. In any case, no proof was found of the charges made by the Sports Minister. The Ministry of Sports today prohibited it because of absence of proof.

In the wake of 24 monotonous years, Team India vanquished Sri Lanka in 2011 to win the World Cup. It was affirmed that the Sri Lankan group lost the World Cup by fixing it. Kumar Sangakkara, the then Sri Lankan group commander, showed up before the exploring official yesterday.


He was examined for around 10 hours by the exploring organization. Mahela Jayawardene, who scored a century in the last match today, showed up before the exploring office. The day preceding, Upul Tharanga, the group's opener, was grilled by agents. He played 20 balls in the last match and scored 2 runs. The group's central selector, Arvind de Silva, was additionally cross examined for four hours. 

Sri Lanka batted first and set an objective of 285 runs for India. Gautam Gambhir's 4 and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's unbeaten 71 helped India dominate the game by 4 wickets. Aluthgamage and afterward Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa were welcome to the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai to watch the last match.

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In the wake of 24 difficult years, Team India crushed Sri Lanka in 2011 to win the World Cup. It is claimed that the represetative gave the data to the Sri Lankan group. An examination has been propelled into the occurrence in Sri Lanka. 

Kumar Sangakkara, the then Sri Lankan group commander, showed up before the researching official today. He was examined for around 10 hours by the researching organization. "I came here to offer my expression," Sangakkara said in the wake of saying something to the Special Investigation Unit. Since it's my obligation. I have come here for my regard for cricket. 

I trust reality will come out when the examination is finished. Additionally, claims made by previous Sports Minister Mahidananda Aluthgamage will likewise be uncovered. " 

Sangakkara didn't state what the examining office had asked him or what he had inquired. Mahela Jayawardene, who scored a century in the last match tomorrow, will show up before the examining organization. Upul Tharanga, the group's opener, was cross examined by specialists yesterday. He played 20 balls in the last match and scored 2 runs. The group's central selector, Arvind de Silva, was likewise investigated for four hours. 

Previous games serve Mahinandananda Aluthagmage as of late documented a fixing objection. He said that after the 2011 World Cup, the national group (Sri Lanka) lost to India because of the fixing of certain individuals. After the current games serve requested the examination, the games secretary officially held up an objection with the exploring unit of the service and requested an examination. 

Aluthgamage was met on a TV channel and blamed for fixing. Specifically, he pointed fingers at previous chiefs Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene. "Today I might want to state that we sold the World Cup in 2011," he said. 

At that point, I was the Minister of Sports. "It just went to our notification at that point. As the nation's pastor, I didn't state that. I would not like to declare either. I don't generally recollect whether it was 2011 or 2012. "Be that as it may, we more likely than not dominated that game." Certain gathering fixing. That is the reason we didn't get the World Cup. " 

Sri Lanka batted first and set an objective of 285 runs for India. Gautam Gambhir's 4 and chief Mahendra Singh Dhoni's unbeaten 71 helped India dominate the game by 4 wickets. Aluthgamage and afterward Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa were welcome to the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai to watch the last match.

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