The proprietor of a Karnataka Premier League cricket crew was captured by the police in connection with a wagering outrage on Tuesday, police said. The blamed was distinguished as Ali Ashfak Thara, the proprietor of KPL group Belagavi Panthers.
Affirming the advancement to HT, Sandeep Patil, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime), said Thara had been addressed and the police discovered proof of the wagering scheme.
“There was clear proof of his association in a wagering trick and we have captured him in such manner,” he said. “We are likewise taking a gander at a match fixing edge,” he said.
A police authority said that examination uncovered that Thara was in contact with players from other KPL groups also. “We have addressed mentors and others associated with the group also,” the authority stated, talking on the state of secrecy.
A year ago, a match of the KPL between Bijapur Bulls and Hubli Tigers had gone under the scanner subsequent to wagering organizations got suspicious over wagering designs.
The occurrence additionally comes when the Board of Control for Cricket in India had documented a case with the Bengaluru police about bookies moving toward a cricketer from the ladies’ group during a match in Bengaluru.