Three people are being investigated by the CBI for alleged IPL match-fixing.

CBI apprehends three suspected punters in connection with alleged betting of Indian Premier League matches . Officials said the central government has launched a nationwide investigation .

NEW DELHI: Officials said on Saturday that the CBI has apprehended three suspected punters, one from Delhi and two from Hyderabad, in connection with alleged betting of Indian Premier League matches based on Pakistan's reports.According to them, the central government has launched a nationwide investigation.According to the FIR, a network of individuals involved in cricket betting is influencing the outcome of Indian Premier League (IPL) matches.According to the FIR, one Dileep Kumar, who is based in Rohini, Delhi, and Gurram Vasu and Gurram Satish from Hyderabad are alleged to be living in the agency.

According to the suspects, the racketeers have bank accounts (mule accounts) that use fake identities and know your customer records in defiance of unofficial bank officials.These bank accounts were opened by submitting false information such as multiple dates of birth and without the bank's due diligence being exercised.According to the FIR, a portion of the money collected from the general public in India on account of such betting activities is now shared with other people based in foreign countries doing hawala transactions.