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    in IPL of spot fixing. Also Committee is doesn’t see the difference between Guruanth Meiyappan was team official or owner, he broke code Rules and Regulation. Also Raj Kundra was also accused of spot fixing scam, as the prob committee seek courts verdict to expose him of his crime in IPL. However prob committee made admission of Regulation 6.3.20 to the four regarding fact a "bound by strict rules of evidence and that facts relating to any offence can be established by any reliable means including admissions." After examine the case in very detail, court understood it was matter relating to principle of natural justice that must be ascertain to perform without any default of case. As gave verdict of Raj Kundra was team official of Rajasthan Royals he was part of betting. The Honorable Court observed all the BCCI rules and regulation in detail. With that being said, support of section 2,4 and 6 Prob-Committee was used to as source of law to make admission to the Honorable Court. Future more with all examination of documents, it was clear that Guruanth Meiyappan and Raj Kundra were enveloped with some sort of corruption in regards violating sole purpose of goodness of the sport cricket which is adored by many. So within the support of natural justice, image of BCCI and IPL is on stake with any foul play caused by players, owner or associate. Hence fact and circumstances give BCCI within all the rules and regulation give power to exit any team found of causing bad…

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