The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has applauded the arrest of individuals accused of manipulating IPL games, but has stated that it has no knowledge of any wrongdoing in the 2019 IPL matches, which are currently being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

“We have received no information regarding any corrupt behaviour, and if the CBI becomes involved, it will be beneficial to us. The truth will be revealed “Following the announcement that the CBI had booked seven suspected punters in connection with two different instances relating to alleged rigging of the 2019 edition of the league, a BCCI member with knowledge of the issue said. The lead came from a Pakistani source, according to the CBI.

According to reports, the investigative agency has launched a nationwide investigation and searched locations in Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, and Jodhpur. The FBI has received information that a network of cricket bettors is influencing the outcome of the IPL matches. It has also received information from Pakistan and has filed FIRs.

Dileep Kumar (in Delhi), Gurram Vasu, Gurram Satish (in Hyderabad), Sajjan Singh, Prabhu Lal Meena, Ram Avtar, and Amit Kumar Sharma are among those arrested (from Rajasthan). Since 2010, the purported Rajasthan-based racket has been running. At least one gang of bookmakers received aid from a Pakistani named Waqas Malik.