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Bollywood performer maker Arbaaz Khan has purportedly admitted to his association in an IPL wagering racket. Khan's name sprung up amid a test including a bookie, Sonu Jalan, who was captured on Tuesday. Jalan is said to run a universal betting activity and allegedly has associations with criminal wear Dawood Ibrahim. 

Khan was being addressed over his association with Jalan by the Thane hostile to blackmail cell since yesterday. At the police headquarters, Khan was made to sit up close and personal with Jalan, who captured prior for the situation. The AEC busted the racket on May 15 with the capture of four individuals in Mumbai, including Jalan, who is accepted to be one of the best bookies of the nation, authorities have said. Amid the examination, an "association" amongst Jalan and Arbaaz was set up, said Pradeep Sharma, Senior Inspector and leader of the AEC. The two are said to have known each other for more than five years. 

Sonu, the asserted boss of the IPL wagering racket, in his police proclamation additionally specified a few unmistakable names who wager colossal sums on IPL groups and players, an officer from the counter blackmail cell of the Thane wrongdoing branch told on Friday. He said Jalan's announcement authenticated with written by hand notes in his own journal, which is presently possessing the police. A line holding machine utilized by Sonu was likewise seized. Additionally, the name of a Pakistani lawmaker has gone to the fore, an edge the police are examining. 

Khan, the police stated, 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. Hence, too there was an immense exchange amongst Jalan and Khan. Obviously, Khan was extorted into paying crores, the risk being that his betting propensity would be uncovered. Jalan, in his police proclamation, has specified a few unmistakable names who wager gigantic sums on certain IPL groups and players. Police are in control of a journal that has names of a few unmistakable individuals. 

The 41-year-old boss is an infamous bookie and blackmailer. He was the boss of the 2013 IPL wagering racket in which previous cricketer S Sreesanth developed as the best denounced. Jalan has connects in Pakistan, Gulf and a few European nations. His racket has a turnover of Rs 5000 crore. Jalan, it is accepted, dragged Khan into the wagering racket and the performing artist paid him over Rs 3 crore. Khan was being coerced, the police said.

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