Wednesday, 29 May 2013

THE IPL TRIANGULAR NEXUS THAT HOLDS THE KEY


http://www.timesnow.tv/The-Vindoo-Victor-Guru-triangle/videoshow/4428468.cms













After the arrest of Vindoo Dara Singh and Gurunath Meiyappan in the IPL spot fixing and betting scam, startling facts are now emerging about the role of a Chennai based hotelier called Vikram Agarwal. Vikram Agarwal also code named as Victor is alleged to have been betting through Vindoo Dara Singh. It is a known fact that BCCI Chairman N Srinivasan’s son in law Gurunath Meiyappan had also done betting through Vindoo Dara Singh. What is baffling many is the triangular link that has now emerged between all the three men in question – Vindoo, Victor and Guru.

We are told that Gurunath Meiyappan was in regular touch with Vindoo Dara Singh and our Mumbai police sources have claimed that Vindhoo Dara Singh has revealed the name of Vikram Agarwal and that Vikram was in turn touch with Guru who was his long time friend. While the triangular nexus between Vindhoo, Victor and Guru holds the key to the lock of the betting syndicate here in Chennai, our sources have confirmed to us that Victor was into betting and had nagged huge remunerations from bookies to whom he rendered his services. All eyes are now on the elusive Vindoo ‘Victor’ Agarwal – who probably has the key that could unravel the triangular nexus in this betting syndicate.


by Prema Sridevi 

8 comments:

  1. Why do you think a multi-millionaire like Gurunath would get into betting? And other guys like Vikram Agarwal..Is it just for the sheer thrill of betting? Or are they under pressure from external elements to take the 'gamble'??!!

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  2. @ Raj - This is how they make money! I dont think there any xternal pressure for betting.

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  3. @Jiths: I don't completely agree with you. For a multi-millionaire like Gurunath who owns umpteen companies, villas, estates, luxury cars, yacth to bet for some petty money is clearly defying logic. There must be something bigger than just the small time betting we are looking into...

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  4. Raj, i was told by a source close to one of these men that - the man in question was betting becasue he was too busy with his multi million business and betting was a past time for him and it would keep his mind relaxed... I was myself astounded to hear this...

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  5. You are right, there is much more than what meets the eye... If only the agencies concerned with the investigation will dig deeper

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  6. May be for these guys,it is a fun that they see the whole match or players/celebrity's remote in their hands.

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  7. In India actually there are few business tycoons who rules any political party, media , Ipl and so on.Gurunath is one of it.

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  8. But we don't have a real independent agency to bring these things deeper.This news will soon fade away :(

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