The CBI is investigating an IPL betting ring with Pakistani ties and has filed two FIRs.

The CBI has filed two FIRs and conducted searches in over half-a-dozen locations across four cities . Based on information received from Pakistan, the agency has opened an investigation into a network of individuals suspected of influencing the outcome of matches in the cricket league .

NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed two FIRs and conducted searches in over half-a-dozen locations across four cities, launching an investigation into suspected betting in the Indian Premier League (IPL).Based on information received from Pakistan, the agency has opened an investigation into a network of individuals suspected of influencing the outcome of matches in the cricket league.Since 2013, the network has been operating and is said to have strong connections in Rajasthan.At least three Rajasthan Royals players were arrested in 2013 for suspected involvement in spot fixing.

The computers also disclosed information about conversations with their Pakistani counterparts.Based on sources received from Pakistan, reliable information has been obtained about a network of individuals involved in cricket betting that is influencing the outcome of IPL matches.Read one of the FIRs to see how they are bribing the public into allowing them to bet in the style of IPL betting.Multiple bank accounts have been discovered by the CBI, and the use of hawala channels for circulating the money has been discovered.

They have opened bank accounts (mule accounts) using misleading identities and know your customer's information (KYC) in defiance of bank officials for this purpose (betting).According to the FIR, these accounts were opened by submitting false information such as multiple dates of birth and without the bank officials' due diligence.According to CBI's report, a substantial portion of the money obtained from the public for betting was being circulated by their associates in foreign countries using hawala.According to sources, the accused were in contact with Waqas Malik, a Pakistani national.

Both FIRs were reported on May 13, and the suspects named in them are low-level players, according to the police.