Pune Betting News: A bookie’s stand near the MCA ground where the India-England cricket match is underway has been demolished. The gang was in the ground area, where the game was telecast 6 to 13 seconds late on mobile and TV. He used to take advantage of this and gamble. But Pimpri Chinchwad police raided three places while the match was going on and exposed them.
Ghorvadeshwar Dongar and the building are adjacent to the International Cricket Ground at Gahunje and a five-star hotel in Pune. As soon as the Wakad police came to know about this, they appointed three squads and blew up Bing. A total of 33 bookies were handcuffed, and Rs 45 lakh was seized along with foreign notes. It was then revealed that it was a gang of interstate bookies.
Pune Betting Gang Arrested During India vs England
The England cricket team is currently on a tour of India. He is in Pune for ODIs after playing Tests and T20s. These matches are played at the Maharashtra Cricket Association ground in Gahunje. The base is adjacent to the Pune-Mumbai Expressway and is an uninhabited place. To take advantage of this, bookies from five to six states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Goa arrived in Pune.
He came by plane, train and some of his luxury cars to make a bet. For this, Ghodaveshwar Dongar, near the ground and the building under construction, were selected, while a few bookies were stationed in a five-star hotel in Pune.
The bookies on the hill and the ground under construction were carrying binoculars and steel cameras. He used binoculars and a steel camera to see what was happening on each ball on the field. The match on the field was to be telecast 6 to 13 seconds late on mobile and TV.
With this in mind, these bookies used to place online bets, and they already knew what would happen on the next ball. But Wakad police found out. They formed three squadrons and raided all three places at the same time, and exposed them. A total of 33 bookies were handcuffed, and Rs 45 lakh worth of foreign currency notes were seized. It was then revealed that it was a gang of interstate bookies.