Police on path of all who had been a part of pretend league

Tribune News Service

Mohali, July 12

The Mohali police is making an attempt to establish each particular person who was immediately or not directly concerned in organising the so referred to as ‘UVA T20 League’ at village Sawara hear right here. This follows the questioning of predominant accused Ravinder Dandiwal and Durgesh, who arrange hi-res cameras for broadcast.

Ravjot Kaur Grewal, Mohali SP (Rural), stated, “Through interrogation of Dandiwal and Durgesh, we are trying to identify all the persons who were part of this scandal. We have recovered players’ jerseys from the accused, Durgesh. The hi-tech cameras used by him will be recovered soon. We came to know there were a total of 22 players comprising two teams, who were hired by Dandiwal. We are in the process to trace all the players for recording their statements.”

She stated {that a} commentator too had been employed by Dandiwal to supply commentary to go together with the reside broadcast on the web or over apps. However, no reside commentary was obtainable within the stadium, and so the gamers didn’t get any clue concerning the actuality of the pretend match. The commentator is but to be arrested by the police.

During investigation, it was disclosed by some gamers that Dandiwal had promised them an opportunity to play worldwide matches. However, through the two matches performed on June 29, the gamers obtained neither meals nor any particular therapy. Due to this, that they had refused to play additional, stated Grewal.

The organisers had deliberate to pay Rs 2,000-4,000 to every participant for collaborating, and the reward for the profitable workforce was mounted at round Rs 70,000, it was revealed. The police have recovered the stumps used within the matches, having the ‘UVA T20 League’ branding. Grewal stated the 2 groups fashioned by the organisers got Sri Lankan names. The jerseys of the gamers had labels of Sri Lankan sponsors.

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