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IPL 2022 | Three people booked by CBI for alleged Indian Premier League match fixing

As the 2022 Indian Premier League enters its final stages, the Central Bureau of Investigation, based on submissions from Pakistan, has booked three people for allegedly fixing IPL matches in 2019. Reports have also suggested the CBI is leading a national survey in connection with this.

According to a report in India Today, the CBI has filed a few files to investigate the allegations of fixation in the IPL 2019. The report also added that the investigation was being conducted based on Pakistan’s contributions.

โ€œA network of individuals involved in betting on cricket influences the outcome of Indian Premier League (IPL) matches based on contributions received from Pakistan,โ€ the FIR alleged.

The CBI has also booked three individuals, namely Dileep Kumar (Rohini, Delhi), Gurram Vasu and Gurram Satish (Hyderabad). The FIR alleges that the network has been in operation since 2013 and was “cheating” people by “encouraging them to bet”.

โ€œSome of the money received from the general public in India for such betting activities has also been shared with associates based in foreign countries using hawala transactions. According to reports, the said network of individuals is involved in betting on cricket since 2013,โ€ says the FIR.

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