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Spot-fixing: Delhi Police raid Chandila's residence for further clues

A six-member team of Delhi Police's Special Cell today raided tainted cricketer Ajit Chandila's Prahladpur residence for further clues on spot-fixing issue that has lead to crickter's arrest.

india Updated: May 18, 2013 18:47 IST
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A six-member team of Delhi Police's Special Cell on Saturday raided tainted cricketer Ajit Chandila's Prahladpur residence for further clues on spot-fixing issue that has lead to crickter's arrest.

The Police team around 2pm arrived at Chandila's Prahladpur residence with search warrant but save two women and a couple of more male relatives, no one was present at the house.

It was learnt that one of the relatives informed the police authorities that Chandila's elder brother Subhash was unwell and has been admitted to a city nursing home where the family members have gone to visit him.

The police team had a female cop, who waited inside the residence for around 45 minutes for the family members to arrive.

The other cops then questioned the neighbours as well as the relatives to get detailed information about each and every family member. All the details were noted down.