Fake T20 league held in India, know what happened then
Fake T20 league held in India, know what happened then

A case of cheating has come to light in the Youth Premier T20 League. The league was organized in the name of Badullah (Sri Lanka) in a village in Mohali, about 16 km from Chandigarh. Now the Mohali police have arrested two people in this case. According to the Mohali police, the investigation is going on in the case right now. After an online complaint, two people named Pankaj Jain and Raju have been arrested from Kharar on Thursday night, which is currently being questioned.

Police have taken this action after receiving an online complaint. Initial investigations reveal online betting in the Uva Premier T20 League. It is believed that this fake T20 league was being organized by bookies from India and other countries.

During the promotion of this T20 League, it was said that it has players like Tillakaratne Dilshan, Parvez Fahroof, Tilan Tushara and Ajanta Mendis as captain, but the Sri Lankan Cricket Board has denied it.

According to media reports, it was attended by local players from Punjab, who had a hidden face with a mask under the cover of Corona and a close-up shot of any player during live coverage on YouTube Not taken. The BCCI has also started an investigation into the matter. Ajit Singh, head of the Anti-Corruption Unit, said, "If it was a BCCI-accredited league or if there was the involvement of players in it, we could have taken action against them. If it is done for the purpose of betting then it is a crime and it Falls under the jurisdiction of the police." Sri Lankan Cricket CEO Ashley D'Silva has directed the Anti-Corruption Officer to look into the matter.

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