IPL bets: IPL bets; 27 arrested, including Malaysians – allegedly arrested for ipl gambling, including Keralites from Bangalore

Highlight:

  • The criminal branch also reported that many Malaysians are involved in gambling.
  • Online bets were made in a hotel in Bangalore.
  • 78 lakh rupees seized from defendants

Bangalore: The Bengaluru Central Crime Branch arrested 27 people in connection with IPL gambling. The news was reported by Mathrubhumi Online.

Also read: Amarinder Singh ready to announce his own party; You can cooperate with the BJP and the peasant struggle will be decisive

People are being detained, including Malaysians. The criminal branch arrested a gang consisting of Gokul and Kiran from Thrissur and Sajeev, a Malayalee living in Bangalore. 78 lakh rupees were seized from the accused.

Also Read:  covid cases in india: covid cases on the rise again; 22,431 cases in the country; 97.95% increase rate - India reports 22,431 new covid cases 19 active cases 244,198 in last 24 hours

Also read: Amarinder Singh ready to announce his own party; You can cooperate with the BJP and the peasant struggle will be decisive

Betting took place yesterday in connection with the IPL final between Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders. According to a media report, the online gambling took place in a hotel in Bangalore.

Also Read:  Sameer Wankhede NCB Surveillance: Drunk Bribery Allegation; NCB Director Sameer Wankhede to be questioned tomorrow

The criminal branch said that many Malaysians are involved in gambling and are investigating further. During the search, the defendants allegedly seized laptops and other electronic devices used for gambling.

Also read: Assembly pays tribute to the victims of the rain; 39 deaths, says CM

In addition to the Malays, people from Tamil Nadu, Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka were also arrested. Yesterday he was detained by the police in Delhi. Millions are being wagered this way.

Also read: Panchayat to demolish the barricades of PV Anwar; The cost is Rs 60,000

In Assam, a similar gambling ring was caught on Monday. Rs 26 lakhs were confiscated from the defendants. The two main defendants escaped.

Also Read:  Mohan Bhagwat Says Those Who Say Muslims Shouldn't Live In India Are Not Hindus

Related Articles

Back to top button