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I've committed no fraud: Dalmiya

Accused of misappropriating funds, former BCCI chief challenged his adversaries to prove their charges.

india Updated: Feb 27, 2006 20:09 IST

Accused of misappropriating funds to the tune of crores of rupees by BCCI top brass, former Cricket Board chief Jagmohan Dalmiya on Monday filed a "point-by-point" reply to each of the charges and challenged his adversaries to prove any of their allegation.

"Nobody has lost a single paisa - be it BCCI or Cricket Association of Bengal," Dalmiya said at a press conference in Kolkata.

The veteran sports administrator, who forwarded his point-by-point reply to the charges to BCCI's Marketing Committee on Monday, said he was ready for a trial by media so that the truth could come out.

Asked if he was contemplating any legal action, Dalmiya said "I have already given the papers to my lawyers, once I find things are going too much beyond control, I will not hesitate in moving the judiciary."

Dalmiya also said he had something to reveal about BCCI's TV rights deal.

"I have a lot to tell. I will come to you very soon. Only I know what kind of transparency they have," he said.

First Published: Feb 27, 2006 18:07 IST