IPL Spot Fixing Rajasthan Royals owner Raj Kundra questioned
Raj Kundra, the owner of Rajasthan Royals, has been quizzed by a special cell of Delhi police on Wednesday morning in connection with the spot-fixing scandal that rocked the Indian cricket.
This is for the first time that an owner of an IPL team came under the scanner.
The interrogations may take place for more than two hours. Kundra is being quizzed because the three tainted players, S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, accused of spot-fixing, belong to his team.
According to the sources, the police wanted to know from Kundra that weather his players have discussed anything about the bookies in touch with them or given him any hint about fixings.
The three Rajasthan Royals player were arrested on the charges of spot-fixing. They have reportedly confirmed their involvement for the same in front of Delhi crime branch.
Delhi police said on Tuesday that the bookies were following instructions from the underworld Don Dawoob Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel.