Indian umpire Jatin Kashyap has been accused of corruption by the highest governing body of cricket, the International Cricket Council (ICC). In a recent press release, the ICC confirmed the allegations of corruption.
Basically, Jatin Kashyap has broken two sections of the anti-corruption code. However, the ICC did not say anything in detail about the incident in which this charge was brought.
In a statement, the ICC said that charges have been brought against Kashyap following an investigation into the 2022 international matches.
ICC also said that Kashyap has violated section 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 of the Anti-Corruption Act. The first allegation is that the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) refused or failed to provide any information requested. The second is delaying the investigation by concealing or distorting or destroying information.
According to Section 4.6.6 of the Code, Kashyap has been given 14 days from May 19 to respond to the complaint.
ICC will not say anything more about the complaint in this regard.