Match fixing: Bookie Sanjeev Chawla challenges 12-day police custody in High Court

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi Sanjeev Chawla, the prime accused within the cricket match-fixing case involving former South Africa captain Hansi Cronje, challenged his 12-day police custody within the High Court on Friday.

The decrease court docket had on Thursday despatched Chawla to 12 days police custody. The court docket mentioned that for additional investigation into the case, it needs to be taken to many cities throughout the nation.

Chawla is accused of enjoying a pivotal function in match-fixing in February-March 2000 in affiliation with Cronje. <! –

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                 According to a UK court docket doc, Chawla is a Delhi-based businessman who went to the UK in 1996 on a business visa, however he used to journey repeatedly to India.

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