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ICC's ACU to work with Indian investigative agency, says Dave Richardson

The ICC has entered into a tie-up with the Central Bureau of Investigation as Anti-Corruption & Security Unit will work closely with India's central investigative agency during the World T20, scheduled to be held in India in March-April.

Press Trust of India |January 18, 2016, 8:55 PM IST
ICC's ACU to work with Indian investigative agency, says Dave Richardson

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 are allocated to that event. In addition, we are 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, in the Capital on Monday.

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