Arbaaz Khan was summoned by Thane Police to record his announcement regarding a charged IPL wagering racket. The most recent refresh is that he has given his admission and has confessed to wagering, according to reports. He was made to sit over the table from his bookie, Sonu Jalan, the charged boss of IPL wagering. The announcement was recorded at Thane Police’s Anti-Extortion Cell (AEC) for recording his announcement, said DCP (Crime) Abhishek Trimukhe.
In a letter sent to Arbaaz, the police requesting that he join the test after they captured Sonu, a cop had said. Amid the test, an association amongst Sonu and Arbaaz surfaced, said Pradeep Sharma, Senior Inspector and leader of the AEC, yesterday. “We speculate that Arbaaz Khan had put down wagers on IPL matches and need to investigate his bank exchanges,” another cop had told PTI.
According to a report by NDTV, Arbaaz purportedly lost Rs 2.80 crore in wagering to Sonu. He was not paying the sum, for which he got dangers from the bookie.
“Performer Arbaaz Khan put down wagers amid one of the past IPL seasons through Jalan. Back then, Jalan was working with a major bookie who passed by the name Junior Calcutta. Along these lines, to there was a colossal exchange amongst Jalan and Khan. Evidently, Khan was extorted into paying crores, the risk being that his betting propensity would be uncovered. Be that as it may, this will be examined once Khan gives his side of the story,” a senior officer related with the test was cited by TOI.
This won’t be the first run through IPL wagering has been connected to a noticeable face in Bollywood. Indeed, the disclosures in the most recent case and confirmation may lead the police to more names in the business.