Interesting caught up story of IPL gambling

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At the start of the IPL, a scene occurred in Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Some people were not maintaining mask protocols and so Police charged them. But the inquiry did not pause there. The 2 persons were involved in gambling. The two men were taking the advantage of broadcasting time gaps

According to the Indian Express, on May 2, Delhi Police Joint Inspector Pradeep Kumar interrogated the two men without masks next to the VIP lounge at the Delhi Stadium. The argument is between the two sides.

They both want to see Pradeep Kumar’s identity card. According to the police, “Balam took Rs 10,000 and Shah took Rs 40,000 and made the identity cards of the two.”

According to the Indian Express, a gambling ring owns an online gambling website run from Dubai. According to the Delhi Police, the two are part of the gambling ring.

They were smuggling various information of the match to the gamblers. “They were inside the stadium for three IPL matches,” local police said in a complaint filed in a Delhi court. There were about 12 people, 1 of whom was from Dubai. They were making money through online gambling by communicating with each other through conference calls. ‘

According to the Delhi Police, a suspect named Navadwip Singh said he had been working for four years under a man known as Google in the gambling world. His employer has an online gambling website and he manages it. He used to set the price of gambling in New Island matches. ‘