Prayagraj: The accused used to take three thousand rupees from IPL bookies for the room, STF arrested 6
STF has taken a big action against the betting gang in IPL 2022. Taking action, the STF has arrested six including the kingpin of the IPL betting gang from Tagore Town. During the investigation, a register was found from the spot of STF, in which the names of many bookies are registered. The arrested people told the STF during interrogation that Dharmendra Singh played the main role in feeding bets. He used to charge three thousand rupees per day for the room provided for playing betting.
Police engaged in the arrest of Dharmendra
The main accused Dharmendra Kumar Singh is absconding since the arrest of six bookies from Tagore Town for betting in IPL. Police is raiding from place to place regarding his arrest. At the same time, Dharmendra's mobile is being switched off after the incident. Which the police are also facing problem in tracing his location. At the same time, the gang leader Vikas Kesarwani resident Sarvodaya Nagar Allapur told during interrogation that he had a phone conversation with Dharmendra Singh at around six in the evening. He had said to come after two days and take Rs. But he did not come to take the money.
STF arrested these people
It is worth mentioning that by raiding in Tagore town of Prayagraj city, STF has raided Vikas Kesarwani resident Sarvodaya Nagar Allapur, Amber Yadav alias Saurabh resident Fatehpur Nettle Tagore Town, Shubhendra Pratap Singh resident Sangam Bihar Colony Kharkauni Naini, Himanshu Shivhare alias Abhishek resident Subhash Nagar Gadiva, Thana Kotwali, District Fatehpur, Ranjit Yadav alias Golu resident Fatehpur Nettle Tagore Town and Shivam Chaurasia resident Sajan Gali Phaphamau Bazar were arrested. In this, Vikas is the kingpin of Kesarwani gang.
Amber Yadav is the manager of the gang and Shubhendra and Himanshu are associates. Ranjit Yadav and Shivam Chaurasia used to collect money from the speculators. Up police is also looking for other accused on the basis of the register. At the same time, the phone number of Dharmendra, who gave the room on rent, is getting switched off. Police is also trying its best to arrest Dharmendra. So that the matter can be fully exposed.