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ED questions BCCI Vice-President
Friday 17 April 2015

Enforcement Directorate officials questioned Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) President and BCCI Vice-President TC Mathew on the foreign exchange transactions involving KCA and a London-based architect firm.
    
Mr Mathew was summoned to the Zonal office of the Enforcement Directorate this morning and questioned on a complaint which alleged illegal fund transactions between KCA and the London-based architect company for preparing the layout plan for building a cricket stadium at Edakochi in Kochi.    

Mr Mathew, however, rejected the charges and alleged there was an attempt to personally target him and malign the image of KCA.
   
Mathew said the financial transaction with the London-based firm was done after taking necessary steps, including clearances from Reserve Bank of India.

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