Gambling racket busted in Sainik Farms; 60 held
New Delhi: A gambling racket running inside a farmhouse in the isolated area of Sainik Farms busted by sleuths of south district, police claimed on Friday. The
investigating agency with the help of technical surveillance arrested 60 persons including women. Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Vijay Kumar told Millennium Post that the gambling was done on the basis of card game named Teen Patti. "One Amit was running the illegal activity inside the farmhouse at Sainik Farms in Neb Sarai," said DCP South. He further stated that on the intervening night of 16-17 January around 1.30 am the illegal activity busted. Inside the premises, 60 persons found engaged in playing and facilitating illegal betting. "From the spot Rs 2.22 lakh, 12 packets of cards, plastic chips worth Rs 10 lakhs and other articles were seized," DCP said adding that a case under sections 3/4 Public Gambling Act registered at Neb Sarai police station. An investigator claimed that the farmhouse belongs to the woman.
Investigator claimed that in the morning around three-four personnel went for reccee and in the night on the basis of pinpoint information they raided the farmhouse. "No CCTV found installed in the farmhouse. The structure was in the isolated area in the night no one comes," added the investigator. Police
sources claimed that the racket busted after tracing a location in the case. "The accused claimed that they started the illegal activity few months, their testimony is under investigation," added police
officer adding that the main accused earlier went to jail. Police claimed that after entering the farmhouse the main gate is closed. "Nobody knows what happens inside the structure also no proper light installed there," said investigator.