The International Cricket Council has appealed to the public to help identify a alleged match fixer in an Under-Cover Decomentry.
Al Jazeera had published this directorate in May and they intends to broadcast another movie soon.
The ICC says that besides this person shown in the first documentry, all the people have been identified. It was accused of England and Australia players.
The cricket boards of both countries had denied these allegations.
The ICC says that despite the help of Al-Jazeera, he has achieved a lot of success in this regard.
The ICC is appealing for your help to identify this man; a suspected match-fixer known as Aneel Munawar.
— ICC (@ICC) August 28, 2018
Al-Jazeera has said that he will cooperate with the relevant authorities, but he will also consider possible legal complications and possible criminal investigations.
Al Jazeera claims that the name of the match fixer is Anil Manawar.
“We know that another documentary is coming in which match fixers are allegedly recording conversations between Manawar and Match Fixers,” says General Manager Alix Marshal of the ICC counter-corruption unit.
He further said that “Like the first program, we will investigate any claim or allegation.” We are the accusations of corruption whether they are past or not, take them seriously. ‘
He said, “However, the real identity of Anil Munwar is still a secret. He was an important role in the program, but law enforcement agencies and immigration authorities have still failed to identify or find him.
‘That is why we are appealing to the people of the world and the cricket world to contact us if there is any information to identify or find them. Police often do such appeal and we have adopted the same path. ‘