Acting on a tip off, police arrested the accused from a house in Begam Sarai locality and also recovered a television, 20 mobiles, Rs 65,000 cash and slips with IPL matches and payement records.
Further investigations are on in the matter, police said.

The cash rich T20 tournament has courted controversy in the past over alleged match fixing with several franchisees and players, both high profile and budding young players, coming under suspicion for their dubious roles.

In February this year, a Supreme Court-appointed Committee found out that the former BCCI President N Srinivasan’s son-in-law was involved in betting during IPL matches, which had raised questions over the status of Chennai Super Kings.


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