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Pakistan cricket 'spot-fixing' file handed over to UK Crown Prosecution Service
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Scotland Yard has said that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) will now consider evidence that there was a conspiracy to defraud bookmakers during the recently held England-Pakistan Test series.


London, Sept.18 : Scotland Yard has said that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) will now consider evidence that there was a conspiracy to defraud bookmakers during the recently held England-Pakistan Test series.

The BBC quoted a Metropolitan Police spokesman, as saying: "The Metropolitan Police Service has today delivered an initial file of evidence relating to conspiracy to defraud bookmakers to the CPS.

The file will now be subject to CPS consideration. This is an initial file and the Met investigation continues."

Detectives initially interviewed three players under caution - Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif. A fourth, Wahab Riaz was questioned in London on Tuesday.

The Metropolitan Police also arrested businessman Mazhar Majeed as part of the inquiry.

He is accused of accepting 150,000 pounds in cash to ask players to deliberately bowl no-balls during last month's fourth Test at Lord's after being caught in a sting operation by the News of the World newspaper.

Butt, Amir and Asif, who have been suspended from playing and charged by the International Cricket Council (ICC), have indicated they will contest the allegations made against them. The ICC has not suspended Riaz.

ANI

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