BCCI to take 'appropriate measures' after Pune curator sacking

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Salgaoncar was suspended by the Maharashtra Cricket Association after being caught in a sting operation, agreeing to tamper with the pitch on the approach of an undercover reporter, posing as a bookie.

New Zealand were just out 230-9 after a pitch-tampering controversy threatened to disrupt the second one-day worldwide in Pune on Wednesday.

India are now trailing 0-1 in the three-match ODI series against New Zealand, having slumped to a shocking six-wicket defeat in the opening match at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

"The BCCI-appointed curator Ramesh Mhamunkar was immediately made the point person for the centre wicket and the field of play for the second ODI between India and New Zealand".

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ICC officials cleared the match to start after India's cricket board banned an official from the ground after he was recorded saying he tampered with the pitch ahead of the game.

Reporters told Pandurang Salgaonkar that two players want bounce on the pitch and asked if it can be done - to which he replied "it will be done".

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and International Cricket Council (ICC) rules state that no one, other than the authorized officials can come inside the stadium or inspect the pitch for that matter. "We have acted swiftly and ensured that there are no loopholes left ahead of the 2nd ODI between India and New Zealand". "Too early to announce quantum of punishment, but BCCI has a zero tolerance policy towards corruption and fixing and strong action will be taken if found guilty", BCCI acting President CK Khanna told Cricketnext. "The BCCI will continue to enforce strict measures in case of such misconduct in the future".