The Indian cricket Board on Sunday barred players from accepting gifts during the upcoming Champions League Twenty20, and decided to appoint an anti-corruption official along with a dedicated security person for each team. It also decided to restrict movement around the dugout and match officials area.
“An anti-corruption official along with a dedicated security official would be appointed to each team.
“The movement around the dugout and match officials area would be restricted and a strict code of conduct would be enforced,” BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel said in a press release.
“The players, support staff and match officials shall not accept any gifts during the course of the tournament. They should disclose the value of the gifts that they have received 15 days prior to the commencement of the tournament and also the person from whom they received the gift,” the release added.