On-line Rummy: Kerala Excessive Court docket discover to Virat Kohli

Online Rummy: Kerala High Court notice to Virat Kohli

Thiruvananthapuram, January 27

The Kerala Excessive Court docket on Wednesday issued a discover to Indian cricket workforce captain Virat Kohli, actors Thammanna and Aju Vargheese on a petition looking for ban on on-line rummy after victims alleged model ambassadors play a big position in getting youth addicted.

Kohli, Thamanna and Varghese are model ambassadors of on-line rummy and therefore the discover.

The excessive court docket has additionally issued notices to the state authorities and known as for its response on the identical.

The petitioner had complained to the excessive court docket that a number of individuals have misplaced their lives within the nation after

dropping big quantities of cash by enjoying the web sport and that it must be banned.


Vineeth, 27, had dedicated suicide at Kuttichal in Thiruvananthapuram a fortnight in the past.

He had misplaced Rs 21 lakh.

Sajesh, 32, who had misplaced an enormous quantity enjoying on-line rummy informed IANS: “The intervention of the honourable Excessive court docket is welcome as I do know that a number of individuals have misplaced big sum of money enjoying this on-line sport and I personally have misplaced greater than Rs 6 lakh.

“The model ambassador’s certainly play a giant position in attracting the gullible youth in enjoying this sport which quickly turns into an dependancy. I needed to search skilled medical assist to return out of this dependancy and the court docket should ban this sport in India.” — IANS



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