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Man fails to pay cricket bet money, gets abducted by 3

DNAHM129119 | 7/21/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :350 | Crime & Law



A man was abducted by three from near Gota area for not paying cricket bet money. According to police, the victim was in debt of Rs10lakh and was not paying the cash, the accused abducted him and asked ransom from his family for his release.
The incident took place on Friday evening at around 8.30pm, the complaint was lodged by victim wife Kajal Vyas, a resident of Gota. She stated in her complaint that earlier she, her husband Nilesh and two children used to live in Junagadh and they recently shifted to Ahmedabad. Her husband was unemployed and was involved in cricket betting.
During the cricket world cup, her husband lost Rs15lakh in cricket betting and he was in debt of his friend Vijay Chawda, a resident of Junagad
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