BCCI Treasurer Aniruddha Chaudhary believes that the hearty Pandya has said things about his personal life, that match can be a target of fixing mafia. Chaudhary has said that the fixing mafia often tries to trap the players in 'HoneyTrap'. From Pandya's point of view, they can become easy prey.
Pandya and her partner KL Rahul may have to face suspension for controversial comments on women in a TV chat show. Regarding the controversial comments on women during the TV show on Hardik Pandya and Lokesh Rahul, the Administrator's Committee (COA) chief Vinod Rai, recommended the ban of two ODIs on Thursday. In the committee, his associate member Diana Idulji has sent this case to BCCI's Law Branch.
Pandya's remarks were termed as anti-women and sexist and it is being criticized all over. Due to the serious issue, the COA had to issue a show-cause notice to them on Wednesday. Pandya said in the reply that she humbly apologizes and she will not behave like this again. Rai said, "I do not have a coincidence with the heartfelt response and I have recommended a two-match ban for both the players. However, the final decision will be taken when Diana will allow it. "
Chaudhary has written in an email sent to COA member Diana Edulji, "Such comments may have a wider effect. The organized mafia involved in match-fixing around the world can target such players. "He said," The ICC Anti-Corruption Officer gives the first warning to avoid players like Hanitrap. The comments made in the program seem to be that these players are trapped in it. "