and that such money was available in their rooms on May 6, i.e. before the Mohali match on May 9. Delhi Police also confirmed that they have a recorded conversation between Jiju and a bookie wherein Jiju is discussing the specifics of the fix. It is already on record that Rs. 5.5 lakh was recovered from Sreesanthís friend Abhishek Shukla who had indicated to Delhi Police that the money had belonged to Sreesanth. Sreesanth denies it and alleged that the money was planted by Delhi Police. I cannot believe that they would plant such a huge sum of money just to prove their case.
It is also on record that Delhi Police had recovered the Z 10 Blackberry presented by Sreesanth to Sakshi Jhala in Jaipur, who admitted that it had been gifted by Sreesanth. The recoveries made by Delhi Police corroborate the transcript. In the circumstances, I have no reason to doubt the veracity of the audio tapes and the transcripts. The Delhi Police are unable to provide the tapes to this Inquiry Commission without the prior permission of the court which has taken cognizance of the case against the IPL players. However, in view of the ample corroboration available and proven contacts between Jiju and the bookmakers, I am fully convinced that Sreesanth was part of the fix and, therefore, I confirm my earlier findings of holding S Sreesanth guilty of the offences listed in my initial report.
Who was found guilty of what
Ajit Chandila, Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Amit Singh
* Seeking or offering a bribe as a reward for match-fixing
Chandila, Sreesanth and Chavan
* Underperforming for a reward
* Ensuring the occurrence of an event during a match, knowing it is the subject of a bet
Amit Singh and Chandila
* Soliciting other players for match-fixing in the IPL
Chandila, Sreesanth, Chavan and Siddharth Trivedi
* Receiving payment or gift for the possibility of bringing cricket into disrepute
Chandila, Sreesanth, Chavan, Amit Singh, Trivedi and Harmeet Singh
* Failing to report an approach by bookmakers to fix a match to the BCCI anti-corruption unit
Amit Singh, Trivedi