Vindu Dara Singh claims that all IPL matches are fixed, Vijay Mallya also bets on matches

Vindu Dara SinghVindu Dara Singh was allegedly involved in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scam and has now announced that there is a massive power fight between Lalit Modi and N Srinivasan with both trying to get rid of the other from the Indian Premier League.

Vindu has also claimed that he was used as a ‘pawn’ in the betting scam of IPL 2013 to get to N Srinivasan. He also claims that the police said that there was immense political pressure from Sharad Pawar to get N Srinivasan caught in the scam and out of the sporting administration completely.

Gurunath Meiyappan apparently lost a humongous bet according to Vindu Dara Singh and that is why he got the heat by the media but being N Srinivasan’s son-in-law, all charges have been dissolved. On the top of betting, Vindu claims that Vijay Mallya himself bets on the matches and earns up to 200 crore from IPL match betting.

In the light of the recent allegations, the IPL is likely to ignore it and play the blame-game all over again if it is played at all.

  • sambath

    that’s helpful information, fellow !!

  • sambath

    we don’t need to waste our time on IPL :) thanks..

  • cxcx

    people should not buy ipl tickets. Players and owners should be greeted with empty stadium

  • Rahulbaba

    Most of the Indians are fools and they will spend money all the way to the stadium and others will spend their time on TV watching fixed scripted matches. Sharad Pawar is himself super corrupt. Is there any further doubt that IPL is all fixed ?

  • Adu Idu

    interestingly IBNLive, NDTV and firstpost are quit now, when all were allegations. The real Pawns are police used against one another.

  • Donkey Kong

    Cmon! You guys are foolish Indians! All talk, no action! Boycott IPL I say!

  • manga

    Whole cricket fixed, not jus IPL.

  • Amit

    I am not going to watch IPL. Its a money making fake drama by Politicians, actors, India’s super rich, BCCI and underworld.

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