Hyderabad: A video allegedly showing Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) senior brass counting wads of cash, allegedly donated by a cricketer for playing in the under-25 team for the Vijay Hazare Trophy, has gone viral on social networks.

In the footage, senior officials were seen taking the help of some youngsters to count the money.

However, a relative of the player who allegedly bribed officials claimed the video was released to harm his son’s career and was not a bribe.

Myathari Raju, the father of Sandeep Raj, submitted a letter to the head of the HCA claiming that the video was released for personal reasons.

“I gave the token amount for the land (real estate) to Zain Uddin Quadri but there was a fake video circulating with the intention of bad faith and spoiling my son’s cricket career. I asked not to broadcast such a video,” Raju said in the letter.

When she tried to contact the cell phone number listed in the letter, a woman answered and said it was the wrong number.

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