'Fixing'. The word sounds positive if it is for marriage, it sounds normal if it is for nuts and bolts, but the word sounds very interesting if it is related to cricket. Because watching or knowing about a controversy is always like having a coffee in restaurant where you don't even need to pay the bill.
Getting into the details, there were few cricket bookies who approached a player of Rajasthan Royals for match fixing. The player who softly denied the offer, later hardly complained it to the BCCI anti corruption bureau. Now the officials are interrogating the concerned player very secretly for further details if any.
It is known that in the past, few players of Rajasthan Royals like Srishanth, Ajith Chandeela, Ankith Chavan were banned by BCCI for involving in match fixing. The interesting fact is that even now, the sincere player who complained to BCCI also belongs to Rajasthan Royals. As it is a human tendency to doubt a person who belonged to the thief colony is by default a thief, this is the reason why BCCI is concentrating on this case more.
The poor sincere player is now thinking that he might have just rejected the offer and kept quiet so that he would have been cool with his work. But now, BCCI is offering him priceless tension, tablet less headache. The thing is that player don't know anything about match fixing and can't name the people involved in fixing. But BCCI feels that it is common tendency that any one under interrogation never say truth.
Now lets see what will be the situation of the so called sincere fellow.