NEW DELHI: After three bookies have been arrested by Kanpur Police, current studies have recommended that two Gujarat Lions gamers might be concerned within the betting rip-off.
The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed on Thursday that the Anti Corruption Unit of the BCCI has been monitoring actions of those males earlier than they have been nabbed by police, who’ve discovered discovered Rs forty.ninety lakh in money and 5 cell phones with them.
The suspects have been recognized as Ramesh Nayan Shah (businessman from Thane) — Vikas Chauhan and Ramesh Kumar, each of whom hail from Kanpur.
With help from ACU, Uttar Pradesh Police Crime Department foiled the alleged betting makes an attempt, and have been efficiently capable of arrest them from the identical lodge the place IPL groups Gujrat lions and Delhi Daredevils have been staying.
Police have additionally hinted that the suspected bookies may need already positioned bets on the match earlier than being remanded in judicial custody later within the day.
Ramesh Kumar, who was contracted for placing up hoardings within the stadium, had booked the room for Shah, who was in contact with a racket kingpin from Ajmer, to whom he used to move on details about the bets.
As per the police, Shah has taken names of two Gujarat Lions gamers, who reportedly have been ready to do as requested.
The BCCI, nevertheless, issued a press release claiming the betting try has been “foiled”.
“The anti corruption unit of the BCCI has been monitoring actions of sure people, because of which, three suspects have been arrested in Kanpur, on Thursday. The Uttar Pradesh police crime department might efficiently foil the alleged betting makes an attempt of the accused,” it stated.
“This was an end result of the ACU of the BCCI, having labored intently with numerous regulation enforcement businesses, who will proceed additional investigations, on this matter.”
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