Raj Kundra suspended from BCCI

Rajasthan Royals Co-owner Raj Kundra suspended from BCCI from having any involvement in cricket till the probe is over. The Delhi police commissioner had said that Kundra had confessed to betting on IPL matches. No action has been taken against the team for now. According to Delhi Police Special Cell, Kundra had admitted to placing bets to the tune of Rs. 1 crore on IPL matches in the last three years. The revelation, reportedly, sprung up during a 10-hour-long interrogation of Kundra last week.
Kundra is the second IPL team owner after Chennai Super Kings' Gurunath Meiyappan who is in the dock for alleged betting. The corruption scandal has overshadowed the on-field performance of Rajasthan Royals during the sixth edition of the IPL, which concluded on May 26. The Royals finished third this season, their first top-four finish since their triumphant campaign in IPL's inaugural edition in 2008.