According to the call data records of IPL spot-fixing case accused Gurunath Meiyappan, it's revealed that there were 200 calls made between Vindoo Dara Singh, bookie Vikarm Aggarwal and himself in mere three days, as per media reports.
The Forensic Science Laboratory in Mumbai identified the voice of Indian Premier League (IPL) betting scam, spot-fixing case accused Gurunath Meiyappan in a tapped phone conversation. According to media reports, the son-in-law of ICC, boss N Srinivasan was heard talking to another accomplice Vindoo Dara Singh.
In more trouble for IPL betting scandal accused Gurunath Meiyappan, an ex-official of Chennai Super Kings (CSK), and actor Vindoo Dara Singh, their voice samples matched with the tapped telephonic conversation in which they were purportedly discussing matches and betting activities, police said today.
In the latest development in the IPL match-fixing case, the Tamil Nadu Crime Branch-Criminal Investigation Department (CB-CID) on Friday issued fresh summons to accused Gurunath Meiyappan, Vindoo Dara Singh and hotelier Vikram Aggarwal.
Actor Vindoo Dara Singh, who won the third season of popular reality show `Bigg Boss`, believes he was a "saint" when compared to the contenders of the ongoing edition of the show. He says they "fight like crazy", and clarified that getting aggressive inside the house is not tutored but an individual`s choice.
Vindoo Dara Singh still can`t believe he spent 13 days in jail for being accused in the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing scam. Now he says he will never ever watch a cricket match or associate with cricketers.
City-based hotelier Vikram Aggarwal, summoned by Crime Branch-CID police in connection with the IPL betting case, on Thursday failed to appear before it as his anticipatory bail plea was dismissed by Madras High Court.