Indian captain Virat Kohli in trouble, petitioned in High Court for arrest


This petition has been filed in the Chennai High Court against Indian captain Virat Kohli.

Chennai. Indian captain Virat Kohli is caught in a big controversy regarding online gambling. A petition has been filed in the Madras High Court to arrest the Indian captain. He has been accused that he is promoting online gambling. In this petition, the court has been asked to ban those apps where online gambling is done. It has been argued in the petition that it is having a wrong effect on the youth. It further states that this online gambling app uses cricketer Virat Kohli and actress Tamanna for promotion.

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A lawyer from Chennai has filed this petition in the High Court. According to the lawyer, the stars who promote such things should be arrested. It is further mentioned in this petition that a youth had taken money to gamble on one such app, but when he could not pay the money, he committed suicide. The hearing of this case will be held on Tuesday, August 4.

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Kohli, who is helping the flood victims, Kohli
has been at his home in Mumbai since the lockdown. He has been promoting brands on social media for some time. Meanwhile, on Friday, he announced the help of flood victims in Assam. In a statement, Virat and Anushka Sharma said that they are helping 3 organizations involved in relief work – Action Aid India, Rapid Response and Gunj. He further said, ‘Our country is facing corona virus epidemic, meanwhile, people of Assam and Bihar are also facing flood ravages, which has affected the lives and livelihoods of many people.’



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