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IPL betting: Delhi Police hands over Raj Kundra’s case to Jaipur


New Delhi: The Delhi Police Special Cell gave the passports of suspended Rajasthan Royals owner Raj Kundra and his aide Umesh Goenka.


The Delhi Police has now asked the Rajasthan Police to take suitable action against Kundra, who was called in for interrogation in relation with the IPL betting scandal and then was suspended by the BCCI.


Raj Kundra has claimed innocence in this case and was shocked to hear the decision of BCCI. The Rajasthan Royals' co-owner, has been suspended by the BCCI pending the investigation, Kundra has decided to fight the charges of suspension that has left him saddened and hurt.


Kundra holds only minority 11.7% share in Rajasthan Royals and his integrity towards the sport has been questioned by the Delhi Police.

He pointed out a that there are very few who have taken the initiative and been truly associated with developing sport in India, he added that he trusts India's judicial system and is hopeful that he will come out clean.

The Delhi Police have reportedly asked Jaipur Police to take action against IPL betting accused and Rajasthan Royals’ co-owner Raj Kundra.

The letter by the Delhi Police states that Kundra had a bet in a match which happened in Jaipur and therefore the case should be investigated there.
This development happened when the Delhi Police made arrests of  three cricketersS Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, who were slapped with charges of spot-fixing in IPL.

Strangely, none of these players has been accused of spot-fixing in matches played.

The special cell officers have presented the statement of Kundra's friend Umesh Goenka, which was recorded under Section 164 Cr PC in front of a magistrate, with the Jaipur police.

Bookie arrested by the special cell - Jitendra Jain alias Jeetu - who has supposedly spoken about the betting deals that were placed before each IPL match.

The assertion by Goenka will be taken into consideration by the Jaipur police  to help take a decision in the formal probe.

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