New Delhi, May 2: In the latest update on IPL controversy, a team of 400 private investigators has written to IPL Commissioner Chirayu Amin to set up an independent committee to conduct an in-depth probe into the alleged IPL scam.
Association of Private Detectives and Investigators (APDI), a team of internationally reputed fraud examiners said that they are ready to assist the IPL commissioner and the Government of India in bringing out the truth behind the controversy.
"The government has constituted Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to probe different allegations related to the case. I feel an independent body, on the suggested line, will help the government in finding the truth behind multi-crore fraud," APDI chairman Kunwar Vikram Singh said.
He said that government agencies abroad take help of private sleuths and fraud examiners for investigation.
"These examiners have proved their worth in national and international arena," Singh said adding that "we plan to meet newly selected IPL Commissioner Chirayu Amin to discuss the issue."
On Apr 24, the committee wrote to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to constitute the commission.
"In the prevailing situation where aspersions are being caused on the role of political and corporate leaders, it will be most befitting that an independent commission be given this responsibility to take this unfortunate act of fraud to its logical conclusions and thereby bringing every defaulter or conspirator to justice," it said in the letter to PM.