Rahul Dravid, the former captain of the Indian Cricket Team has been appointed by ICC to the Anti-Corruption Oversight Group. This decision was made at a meeting in the headquarters at Dubai, the first meeting of 2016.
According to a statement by ICC, the committee will include the “Chairman of the Executive Committee and will also include former India captain Rahul Dravid, legal expert Louis Weston and independent anti-corruption advisor John Abbott, who was the Chairman of the Integrity Working Party. The Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Unit, Sir Ronnie Flanagan, and ICC Chief Executive, David Richardson, will also be ex-officio members of the group.”
The 43 year old batsman is regarded as one of the best cricketers in the world. He is currently the coach of the U-19 World Cup that is taking place in Bangladesh.