A Delhi court Thursday despatched Sanjeev Chawla, an alleged bookie and key accused in one in all cricket’s largest match-fixing scandals that concerned former South African captain Hansie Cronje, to 12-day police custody.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sudhir Kumar Sirohi despatched Chawla to 12-day custody after Delhi Police sought his 14-day custodial interrogation.
The police instructed the court that Chawla, extradited from London on Thursday, was concerned in fixing of 5 matches and has to be taken to numerous locations and confronted with sure individuals so as to unearth the bigger conspiracy.
Cronje, who died in a aircraft crash in 2002, was additionally concerned, police instructed the court.
Chawla is alleged to have performed a central position in conspiring with Cronje to repair a South African tour to India in February-March 2000.
The British court paperwork say Chawla is a Delhi-born businessman who moved to the United Kingdom on a business visa in 1996, however continued to make journeys to India.