Former Sri Lankan fast bowler Dilhara Lokuhteige was found guilty of violating three rules under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code after hearing an independent tribunal on Thursday. Lokuhatige was charged with involvement in match-fixing during the 2017 T20 tournament in the United Arab Emirates in November 2019 under the Anti-Corruption Association of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
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The Sri Lankan team participated in this tournament. Lokuhatige was also charged by the ICC on behalf of the Emirates Cricket Board (ICB) for violating three rules of the Anti-Corruption Institution for participation in the ICC’s T10 League and the action is underway. Lokuhettige, who has played 9 ODIs and 2 T20 Internationals for Sri Lanka, was found guilty of all charges in the hearing before an independent anti-corruption tribunal.
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The people settled in Australia will remain suspended and their restrictions will be fixed. According to the ICC, “The three-member tribunal found that the ICC had the authority to bring charges against Lokuhatige and they were unanimous in deciding the case.” Lokuhatige was convicted under Articles 2.1.1, 2.1.4 and 2.4.4 of the ICC.