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IPL 2022 Final: Betting racket busted in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur ahead of match; 3 nabbed

The police also recovered Rs 70.65 lakh cash during a raid conducted late on May 28.

Sheenu Sharma Edited by: Sheenu Sharma @20Sheenu Jabalpur Updated on: May 29, 2022 13:17 IST
IPL 2022 Final, IPL 2022 Final Betting racket busted ahead of match in Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur three
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IPL 2022 Final: Betting racket busted ahead of match in MP's Jabalpur; 3 nabbed. 

Highlights

  • A racket involved in placing online bets on IPL matches was busted in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur
  • Three bookies were arrested in this connection, said police
  • Police also recovered Rs 70.65 lakh cash during a raid conducted on May 28

IPL 2022 Final: A racket involved in placing online bets on Indian Premier League (IPL) matches was busted and three bookies were arrested in this connection in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur district.

The police also recovered Rs 70.65 lakh cash during a raid conducted late on Saturday (May 28).

The final match of the league between Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat Titans is scheduled at Narendra Modi stadium on Sunday (May 29).

Details of police raid: 

As per the police, a raid was conducted in two flats located in two different high-rises - Napier Town and Muskan Heights.

The arrested have been identified as Akash Goga, his brother Ajit Goga and Interjit Singh.

Superintendent of Police (SP) Jabalpur, Siddharth Bahuguna said, "The police had recovered over Rs 1 crore cash in the past few days, which include Rs 70.65 lakh seized on Saturday night in the district. Police teams are keeping a close watch on bookies organising online betting."

Bahuguna further said that Goga brothers were involved in betting and other illegal activities for the past several years.

Earlier, district police had arrested kingpin of online betting Satish Sampal from Jabalpur and a huge amount of cash was recovered.

Police said that the further investigation in the matter was underway.

Last week, a postmaster in Madhya Pradesh's Bina area robbed more than two dozen families' fixed deposits to bet on the IPL matches and lost Rs 1 crore.

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