The CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry into alleged match-fixing in soccer matches within the nation, officers mentioned Monday.
Throughout the enquiry which began about 15 days again, the CBI has sought and picked up paperwork from the Delhi-based All India Soccer Federation on a number of Indian soccer golf equipment, they mentioned.
Underneath the scanner, is the position of an alleged match-fixer primarily based in Singapore in rigging the outcomes of matches, they mentioned.
The officers refused to provide any particulars in regards to the suspects named within the preliminary enquiry and particulars of allegations because it may hamper the probe which is at a nascent stage.
They mentioned the company has obtained some paperwork whereas some are nonetheless awaited.
The company has additionally sought cooperation of a number of Indian soccer golf equipment in becoming a member of the investigation, they mentioned.
The CBI can not conduct searches, arrests or query by summons beneath the preliminary enquiry, they mentioned citing the regulation.
The central probe company is determined by cooperation of stakeholders in the course of the preliminary enquiry and registers an FIR when it has prima facie materials indicating against the law, they mentioned.