Mumbai: The Sri Lanka Premier League (LPL) said on Saturday that it would adopt a policy of zero tolerance against any wrongdoing.
Sri Lanka Cricket’s Anti-Corruption Unit (SLC ACU), in collaboration with the Anti-Corruption Unit (ICC ACU) of the International Cricket Council, is taking an anti-corruption initiative at LPL 2020, and concerned officials will be present and vigilant in each match. Official functions of the event and the entire tournament at the venue and hotel.
League participants (players and officials) are obliged to report any corrupt approach when it is accompanied by reports of anti-corruption managers (ACMs) appointed for the LPL and the like. Strict secrecy will be handled by anti-co-operation units everywhere.
SLC CEO Ashley de Silva has emphasized the importance of maintaining the integrity of the tournament and has sought support from team owners and officials for the same.
“We requested them to ensure that the players and officials follow the anti-corruption protocol and work towards organizing a clean and fair tournament,” de Silva said in an official statement.