The Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) of world cricket governing body ICC is scrutinising Bangladesh's Indian local/liaison manager Tapan Chaki's activities during the pink ball Kolkata Test against hosts India at Eden Gardens.
Tapan was appointed as the liaison manager for the Bangladesh team during their stay in Kolkata by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
An official of the BCCI informed that Tapan Chaki was warned several times not to use his mobile phone during the match, but he breached the code's instruction of not using phone inside Bangladesh's dressing room during the match.
"Chaki will be called for a hearing soon. If he is found guilty, the ACSU will take next action next," the BCCI official added.
ACSU, the watchdog of ICC, protects all types of cricket under the auspices of the ICC and monitored players' activities on the ground and at the team hotel.
Bangladesh lost two-match Test series 0-2 against India. The Tigers suffered an embarrassing an innings and 46 runs in the 2nd Test in Kolkata at the Eden Gardens, lasting only 47 minutes into Day 3.
This was the first day-night Test in the subcontinent and the first pink-ball Test for both India and Bangladesh as well.