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Police arrest eight for IPL betting in Gurgaon
Even after repetitive warnings by the police and multiple arrests made, bookies are still at large. They still haven't learned a lesson and this is what resulted in the arrests of other eight bookies, involved in betting on the ongoing IPL matches.
Police have arrested eight bookies out of which, five are originally from Delhi. The bookies have been arrested separately at MG Road and New Railway Road on Wednesday night.

Police conducted a raid at a flat on MG Road and grabbed five bookies red-handed. The bookies, identified as Mukul, Suresh, Manoj, Rahul and Prince, hail from Delhi. Police has seized nineteen mobiles phones, two television sets, three laptops and other equipments from their possession.

Vivek Sharma, Joint Commissioner of Police(crime), Gurgaon told Times Of India, “The accused revealed that they had rented the flat two months ago and were connected to other big-time bookies in Delhi and the NCR. Action will be taken against the owner also.” He also added that police were questioning the flat owner to ascertain whether he had put his tenants through complete verification.

One of the accused, Suraj, who has earlier been arrested several times for betting, asserts to have a strong network of bookies in Delhi-NCR.
Separately, three bookies were arrested in a house in Lajpat Nagar on New Railway Road. The accused have been identified as Anil Kumar, Gulshan Kumar and Somnath, all residents of Gurgaon.

Apart from Gurgaon, three bookies have been arrested in a house in Lajpat Nagar on New Railway Road. The accused, identified as Gulshan Kumar, Somnath and Anil Kumar are residents of Gurgaon. Seven mobile phones, a TV and notebooks were recovered from their possession.

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