Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Corruption Controversy: Latest IPL Crisis!

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Here we go! Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010) has met with controversies ever since it started the third season (IPL-2010) this year. The latest controversies associated with Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010) include the element of corruption in the Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010), involvement of Lalit Modi, the commissioner IPL, in Money Laundering, Match-Fixing, Tax Evasion, and the involvement of Underworld money in IPL. One can ask: Where is Cricket in IPL?

Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010) has been in the news ever since its start in 2008 (IPL-1). Most of the analysts have blindidly praised Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010). However, some of them (including me) have also raised voices about the negatives of Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010).

This year’s edition of Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010) was controversial ever since the Pakistani players were denied for selection by any franchise of IPL. Then, Cricketers from Australia, New Zealand, and England raised concerns about the security in Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010). These concerns turned out to be legitimate when there were 3 bomb explosions outside the stadium in Bangalore, just before an IPL match last week. The semi-finals of IPL shifted from Bangalore to Mumbai after this. IPL security was again questioned.

Another IPL controversy broke out when
it was discovered that a female friend of Shashi Tharoor, India’s junior foreign minister, had received $15 million in "sweat equity" shares as part of the deal that won the rights of the Cochin team for the next edition of Indian Premiere League (IPL-2011).

Lalit Modi, the commissioner of Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010) is facing the charges from Income Tax Department for IPL tax evasion, money laundering, match-fixing in IPL and various illegalities in IPL financial dealings.

Modi was the proudest man and has been given the credit for the success of Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010) a few weeks back. However, Indian Media reports suggest that BCCI is set to remove Lalit Modi as IPL commissioner by the end of this week.

That’s not all for IPL! On Monday, India's finance minister announced an investigation of the funding and sources behind the IPL’s top cricket teams, suggesting that more bombshells might hit IPL. It is also widely believed that the elements of Underworld in India are investing a lot of money in the Indian Premiere League (IPL).

What else? IPL is also under scrutiny of ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU). Unit’s chairman, Paul Condon last week told the ICC Executive Board meeting in Dubai that the Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010), with its millions of dollars offers and lack of policing, was open to corrupting influences. Condon warned that “the IPL brings with it the biggest threat in terms of corruption in the game”.

To ACSU, the hype and publicity of IPL have attracted a host of fans and, inevitably, illegal bookmakers – where they exist, the potential for corruption remains. IPL is highly vulnerable to Corruption!

I have been mentioning both the Positives & Negatives of Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010). I have also raised voice for the increased control of ICC on Indian Premiere League (IPL-2010). I had also said that sooner or later, ICC will have to act against IPL, and the sooner it is done, the better it will be for Cricket. You just can’t allow a private league (IPL) to involve all the cricket stars, offering millions of dollars, without any policing or control. If ICC does not do anything, as usual, to have some control over IPL, Cricket will suffer by large from IPL.

Your Turn Now: What’s your thoughts on IPL’s Corruption Controversy? Do you think Modi is involved in Corruption, Match-Fixing, Tax Evasions etc.? Do you think IPL is funded by the Underworld Money? Do you think ICC should have some control over IPL? Or anything else…Tell in Your COMMENTS!

4 comments:

Vinit said...

Well, Modi stood up against underworld money and Tharoor whos party is in power and hence he was subjected to Income tax raids and all the media wanting to draw his blood. Do you think the people of India are so fools that they go by what the media speaks? We know that Modi is a ghardworking man who not only made IPL a reality but also an oportunity for thousands of young cricketers to make money as opposed to a handful few whoi made it into India 11 in the past.
So shut your mouth up and get lost.

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sushil said...

well well dear if u dont have proper knowledge then do not write blog. its seems that ur blog is totally based on media news is it,then listen my dear we never believe what media people r saying.we no the important of IPL.there is no money laundering,n no underworld money.india have enough money n this is indian premier league not underworld premier league.do u know dear that in 50 most richest man from world whats contribution of india? dear out of 50 there r 22 belongs to india.i think u got ur answer bout underworld money.n IPL is globalization of cricket this can not be think by tinny country.
so dear think before what u said.

nitin said...

do you thimk what media is sayimg is wrong, i domt think so,,, when there is a big fishes in the lake there are enough fishermens from in and out. so there are chances of underworlds money in the IPL.

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