IPL betting: The latest issue of betting has emerged in the Indian Premier League (IPL). In 2013, owners of Chennai Superkings and Rajasthan Royals were found to be accused of betting in the IPL. After which the IPL continued to be in controversy.
Now the Gujarat Police arrested former Indian women's cricket coach Tushar Arothe from Vadodara for alleged Indian Premier League (IPL) betting. Crime Branch DCP JS Jadeja said, "We have raided a cafe and arrested Tushar Arothe with 18 other people. Their phones and vehicles have been seized. '
Police said 21 mobile phones, Rs 45,910 cash, eight vehicles, one projector, one set top box and one projector screen were recovered during the raids. After the arrest all the accused were granted bail on Tuesday. Police said that they had received an information that one of the café owners Hemang Patel (24) and his friend Kush Desai (19), saw some people while betting on IPL matches played between Delhi Capitals and Kings XI Punjab. Police said that one of the arrested people was identified as Baba and one of them is a bookie. Police said that when they reached the cafe, they found that the IPL match is being broadcast live through a projector in a secluded area near the cafe and the accused were betting via using Cricket Fast Love Line, Cricket Line Guru and Crick Line restricted Mobile Apps.
The Indian team's performance was very good when he was the coach of the team. Under his stint, the team reached the final of the ICC Women's World Cup in 2017. Not only this, the team had won the series of three ODIs and five T20 matches played in South Africa in 2018. During his stint, team reached in the Asia Cup final in Malaysia.
But he was removed from the post by the BCCI, especially Twenty20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur made complaints about his training methods.