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A banking courtroom in Karachi has indicted 13 suspects over the allegation of being a part of a match-fixing racket alongside some Dubai-based Indian bookies in the middle of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 model.

According to the details, the accused pled not chargeable for the charges, following which the courtroom summoned witnesses in its subsequent listening.

During the proceedings, it was revealed that the group’s existence and their overtures had first come to thoughts when the FIA, in March and February this 12 months, arrested four folks particularly Mahendar Kumar, Naresh Kumar alias KG and Naresh Kumar alias Jani on prices of working a spot-fixing and enjoying racket in collusion with bookmakers from India in the middle of the PSL 2020.

The investigators revealed throughout the courtroom that all the accused had been working internet portals to deal with and performance enjoying accounts and ledgers and had opened an unnamed account in quite a few banks to camouflage the character of money by the use of improper means in connivance of the bankers.

The FIA acknowledged “WhatsApp conversations, images, documents, deposit slips available in mobile phones of accused persons prove their illegal acts of gambling and money laundering,”

“The accused were in liaison with UAE-based bookie Lal Chand, who facilitated them through web portals and Ravi Kumar (Mahendar’s brother) managed finances for money laundering through hawala hundi.”

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