Ludhiana Man Dies of Suicide After Losing Rs 8 Lakh in Cricket Betting; Case Registered Against Bookie. Ludhiana, October 13: Huge loss in cricket betting allegedly promoted a man to commit suicide in Punjab’s Ludhiana. The 31-year-old man, identified as Kamaljit Singh allegedly hanged himself after he was unable to pay Rs 8 lakh to a bookie.
Cricket Betting: Two Guntur Youth Try To End Life, One Dies Published by GulteDesk November 11, 2020 Two youth of Bellamkonda and Pedakurapadu mandals in Guntur district, who bet Rs 1 lakh on a cricket match, attempted suicide by consuming pesticide.
According to the police, P Sainath Reddy (23) lost huge amounts after placing bets on cricket matches. He then plotted to kill the two women hoping to inherit the family property, sell it and clear his debts. He allegedly laced food with pesticide and served it to his mother P Sunitha (44) and sister Anuja Reddy (22) on November 23.
An engineering student who recently became addicted to cricket betting has committed suicide in Kuppam, Chittoor district. According to the police, Kiran Kuppam is studying B.Tech last year in Engineering College, Rallabuduguru village, Santipuram zone, Chittoor district.
The Central Crime Branch (CCB) officials on Tuesday raided a house near the government school in K. Channasandra in Ramamurthynagar and arrested a bookie running a cricket gambling racket through a mo
Hyderabad: A 25-year-old man was arrested on Monday for killing his mother and sister to overcome financial losses that he suffered in cricket betting. The man Pally Sainath Reddy, is an MTech student of a reputed college in the city and works for a private firm. He has allegedly used pesticide to kill both his 22 –year-old sister Pally Anuja Reddy and 48-year-old mother Pally Sunitha.
The Hyderabad city police busted a cricket betting racket by arresting four persons. Police seized net cash of Rs 2.03 lakhs and four cell phones from their possession. Anwar Wajhi Last Updated: 9 October 2021 - 19:41
Conspiracy theories that Cronje was murdered on the orders of a cricket betting syndicate flourished after his death and were most recently re-floated by former Nottinghamshire coach Clive Rice in the wake of the death of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer in March 2007. It was alleged that he was murdered to hide the truths behind match-fixing.
4 arrested for cricket betting. The central unit of the Navi Mumbai Crime Branch has arrested four people from a flat in Ghansoli for allegedly betting on an India-New Zealand cricket match. A ...