Delhi police likely to arrest Vyas
The Delhi police are likely to arrest facilitator Ramesh Vyas in the spot fixing scandal. Vyas, who allegedly helped bookies to communicate by arranging conference calls, was released on bail on Tuesday in the case registered by the Mumbai crime branch.cricket Updated: Jun 05, 2013 00:52 IST
The Delhi police are likely to arrest facilitator Ramesh Vyas in the spot fixing scandal.
Vyas, who allegedly helped bookies to communicate by arranging conference calls, was released on bail on Tuesday in the case registered by the Mumbai crime branch.
“From the telephone exchange run by Vyas at Kalbadevi , the crime branch in its raid on May 14 had found that 27 lines connected Indian and Pakistani bookies and three lines were connected to bookies in Dubai,” a Mumbai police source said.
Police to question Chennai hotelier
Mumbai: The Mumbai crime branch which has questioned Chennai based hotelier Vikram Agarwal alias Victor on two occasions, will be questioning him again after a few days. Sources in the crime branch said they had recorded his statement but he would be called again.
Police seek Baglani’s London contacts
Mumbai: The Mumbai police wants to ascertain the people bookie Kishore Baglani alias Kesu Pune met during his London trip while he was on the run from law. It arrested Baglani on his arrival from London on Monday. Baglani flew out on May 20.
PIL seeks CBI probe into spot-fixing scandal
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear next week a public interest litigation that has sought a CBI probe into the spot-fixing scandal.
The petitioner, Sharmila Ghuge, an educationist in a Mumbai law college, said the investigation should be handed over to CBI so that proper co-ordination takes place and the guilty do not go scot-free due to “mismanagement and lack of co-ordination between different police agencies.”
She also sought to unearth the larger conspiracy and insulate the investigation from “highly influential persons and politicians”.
First Published: Jun 05, 2013 00:48 IST