Aushim Khetarpal Releases His Book ‘Vijay Bhaw’

Chandigarh. Sports promoter turned film producer actor Aushim Khetarpal on Tuesday demanded a legal status to cricket betting as it will earn crores of revenue to the government which goes to thee pocket of bookies.
Some17 years after his name cropped up in the match fixing allegations, former sports promoter Aushim Khetarpal launched his book titled ‘The Chosen One Aushim Khetarpal’ (Vijay Bhaw) in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Kheterpal, now a Bollywood producer and spiritual speaker, had been reported to the ICC for allegedly offering 300,000 pounds to English cricketer Chris Lewis and later New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming in 1999. He, however, denied all the allegations against him and said the Scotland Yard also gave him a clean chit. “The book is an effort to show my journey from a sports promoter and Bollywood producer to a spiritual speaker and how it brought a change in my life. I was running a sports management company prior to my name being dragged in the controversy and had approached Stephen Fleming and Chris Lewis for taking part in a charity match in India. I was in talks with PCA and had gone to England to pursue players for the charity match and some professional contracts,” said Kheterpal, who earlier ran Radiant Sports management.
        The book is available all the online books store after lunching.

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