Knowing Dilshan does not make me a match- fixer, says Nupur Mehta, The Times of India reports.
Nupur Mehta defiantly dares everyone to prove match-fixing allegations against her, even as she hints that she may have more cricketer friends.
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Well, I’d like to make it very clear that all accusations levelled against me by the Sunday Times London edition, of me being involved in the Indo-Pak semi-final match-fixing scam, are not true. Now, they are putting up articles on my personal life – of me being involved or dating Sri Lankan cricketer Dilshan Tillakaratne – I mean, I’m completely confused as to what they want to accuse me of. Do they want to dig up my personal life, or they want to claim I am involved in match-fixing? Now, they are saying I was seen in London during the T20 World Cup – suddenly there are so many issues. I am coping boldly, as I am a very bold person, and as for my decision to sue the paper – I am considering it.
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