Actor Arbaaz Khan summoned by Thane Police in IPL betting case

Actor Arbaaz Khan summoned by Thane Police in IPL betting case

Arbaaz Khan, the brother of Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan, was summoned for investigations into the ongoing probe in the Indian Premier League matches (IPL) betting case, that was busted recently. Salman's Khan brother was summoned after bookie Sonu Jalan aka Sonu Batla was caught red-handed by the Mumbai Police. The culprit is well known to be doing his betting in the country as well as overseas. After two day, the Thane anti-extortion cell found a diary with phone numbers of more than 100 bookies.

India Today reported that Jalan is associated with many Bollywood celebrities and his interogation may unearth some big names related to cricket betting.

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Meanwhile, the diary was received from Jalan's home. "We want to find out from Arbaaz what was his role in the entire matter", said Kothmire one of the investigating officers in the case. Arbaaz Khan could not be contacted for comments despite several attempts. While now media reports on the same are sketchy, it is learnt that Arbaaz has been summoned with the intention of him joining the probe into the betting racket. Moreover, Police further noted that they have commenced their investigation into the process.

The channels also showed pictures of Arbaaz and Jalan together. The police said Jalan travelled to Sri Lanka during an worldwide tournament in 2016 and a probe is on to find out if there was any betting-linked match-fixing at the time. The celebrity was also present at that time. "We are probing to know which match was fixed and who all were involved".

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Just a few days ago, the on-going Indian Premiere League came to an end after Chennai Super Kings lifted the trophy for the third time post defeating the Sunrisers Hyderabad.

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