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'ICC will ensure corruption free World T20'

PTI
Published Jan 18, 2016, 8:37 pm IST
Updated Jan 18, 2016, 8:40 pm IST
CEO Dave Richardson says council has entered into a tie-up with CBI.
The ICC CEO Dave Richardson on Monday said that the parent body of cricket will enter into a "working relationship with country's police and (investigative) agencies" in order to prevent any anti-corruption activity during the upcoming ICC World T20. (Photo: PTI)
 The ICC CEO Dave Richardson on Monday said that the parent body of cricket will enter into a "working relationship with country's police and (investigative) agencies" in order to prevent any anti-corruption activity during the upcoming ICC World T20. (Photo: PTI)

New Delhi: The ICC CEO Dave Richardson on Monday said that the parent body of cricket will enter into a "working relationship with country's police and (investigative) agencies" in order to prevent any anti-corruption activity during the upcoming ICC World T20.

The ICC has entered into a tie-up with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as Anti-Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU) will work closely with India's central investigative agency during the marquee event.

 

"Whenever we have an event, the ICC ACSU's full resources allocated to that event. In addition, we making sure we enter into working relationship with police and agencies in the country to make event corruption free," Richardson said at an ICC promotional event.

A new side of Sachin Tendulkar

Iconic cricket Sachin Tendulkar, who is also a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF expressed his sadness at the number of children, who die everyday due to diarrhoea.

"Around 1,600 children die everyday due to diarrhoea. This is due to lack of knowledge on sanitation. I believe that a mother in the family plays an important role.”

 

Iconic cricket Sachin Tendulkar, who is also a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF expressed his sadness at the number of children, who die everyday due to diarrhoea. (Photo: PTI)Iconic cricket Sachin Tendulkar, who is also a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF expressed his sadness at the number of children, who die everyday due to diarrhoea. (Photo: PTI)

“She is the one who would inculcate good sanitation habit in her children," Tendulkar said.

"Ending open defecation, achieving sanitation for all in India, takes a genuine team effort in which all relevant actors - from the Government of India to people practicing open defecation, from role models to international development partners - play together as one team," Tendulkar further said.

 

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