Aluthgamage speaking to media in Nawalapitiya said he recorded a six-page statement with the Police.
A team of the Police Special Investigation Unit visited Aluthgamage’s office in Nawalapitiya to record a statement over his allegations.
Mahindananda Aluthgamage said he also handed over eight documents related to his complaint over match-fixing.
Aluthgamage said the International Cricket Council in a letter to Former Sports Minister Harin Fernando cited Sri Lanka as allegedly being involved in match fixing and called for an investigation.
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