The CBI named one Dileep Kumar based in Rohini, Delhi and Gurram Vasu and Gurram Satish based in Hyderabad in their first FIR as indictees, while Sajjan Singh, Prabhu Lal Meena, Ram Avtar and Amit Kumar Sharma, all from Rajasthan, were named in the second.
The rocket allegedly operating from Rajasthan has continued since 2010, while others since 2013, they said.
Pakistan-based networks have also deceived the public by “inducing them to bet,” they said.
The extortionists have bank accounts (mule accounts) using fake identities and know your customer (KYC) documents in agreement with unknown bank officials, they said.
“These bank accounts were opened by presenting falsified data, such as various dates of birth, and without due diligence on the part of bank officials.
“Part of the money received from the general public in India on the basis of such betting activities is also shared with their partners based in foreign countries who use hawala transactions,” FIRs said.
The CBI found that Dileep operated a number of bank accounts with more than 43 million rupees in domestic cash deposits since 2013, contrary to “economic rationale,” officials said.
The central agency also found that six bank accounts operated by Gurram Satish made cash deposits of Rs 4.55 million (domestic) and Rs3.05 million (foreign) in 2012-20, and in the case of Gurram Vasu this amount is Rs . 5.37 million during the period.
The CBI argued that there was no identifiable business reason to explain the transactions in the accounts.
“Information reveals that this network of individuals was involved in cricket betting during the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches that took place in 2019.
“Stakeholders engage in cricket racketing, commit fraud by inciting the general public to gamble, thereby deceiving the public about their hard-earned money, and are also committed to pretending for their identity in running different bank accounts,” the FIR said. Delhi. – Alleged rocket in Hyderabad.
The CBI claims that the maximum cash transactions in these accounts are Indian, further evidenced by allegations that these unusual financial transactions are associated with cricket betting and other criminal activities, officials said.
In Rajasthan’s blackmail, the CBI found that they allegedly shared some of the money raised from the general public in India from betting activities with their foreign-based partners through hawala transactions, while the modus operandi remains similar to the Delhi-Hyderabad group. .
In the Rajasthan group, the CBI claimed that the accused Singh, Meena, Ram Avtar and Sharma were in contact with a Pakistani suspect who contacted them and some unknown people in India via the Pakistani number +9233222226666.
“The information reveals that the above accused persons are part of a network involved in illegal cricket betting activities,” the FIR said.
Singh’s accounts show that there are three different dates of birth in the documents submitted to UCO. “The transactions on the accounts are circular in nature. The sum of the suspicious amount credited to Sajjana Singh’s account was worth more than Rs 33.23 million from FY2010-11 to FY 2019-20.”
“The information reveals that this network of individuals was involved in cricket betting during the then-ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) matches in 2019 in Delhi and elsewhere,” the FIR said.