On the information received from Pakistan, the CBI has sent two people to Hyderabad. Apart from this, the CBI has captured a defendant from Delhi. These three youngsters are accused of fixing IPL 2022 and affecting the outcome of the match.
The CBI named Dilip Kumar, Rohini residents of Delhi, Gurram Vasu and Gurram Satish of Hyderabad, as defendants in their priority. Regarding this matter, CBI officials said that this racket has been active since 2013.
Match-fixing racket allegedly influenced outcome of IPL cricket matches based on Pakistan input: Officials after CBI book 3 people
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) May 14, 2022
Giving more information, CBI officials said that these bookmakers may also have opened bank accounts through many fake IDs and KYC to fix matches so that people sitting abroad can send betting money.
Let us tell you that even before this, there has been a lot of buzz regarding IPL match-fixing. In which the names of three Rajasthan Royals players came. Apart from this, many people associated with Rajasthan and Chennai Super Kings also got caught up in it. After which, the Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings were also banned from the IPL for two seasons.