MP News: Black marketing of tickets for Ind-NZ match at its peak in Indore, 4 accused arrested, 16 tickets seized

Ind-NZ Match: The Indore Police is also taking its stand regarding the black marketing of tickets for the India-New Zealand cricket match to be held at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. Keeping a sharp eye. On Monday, the Tejaji Nagar police caught four youths and sent them behind bars for black marketing of India-New Zealand match tickets. 

Informer gave information about ticket black marketing
Actually, to stop the black marketing of tickets for the match between India and New Zealand to be held in Indore, the police is continuously making lakhs of claims, but despite this Black marketing of tickets is being done continuously in the city. In this episode, on Sunday night, the police of Tejaji Nagar police station of Indore, on the basis of information received from the informer, caught the youths while doing black marketing of tickets.

Case registered under the Entertainment Tax Act
According to Additional DCP Jaiveer Singh Bhadauria, information was received on the basis of the informer’s information that an accused has shared ticket related information from Instagram ID. On the basis of the information, the police contacted the young man who became a customer and sold the ticket. After this he was taken into custody. During interrogation, the accused told the police that he works in a call center. He had booked 16 tickets by creating an Instagram ID.

After recovering all the tickets, the police arrested a total of four accused Shanu, Vikram, Ejaz and Tushar. The arrested youths are employees of a private company. Police has recovered 16 tickets from them. The police have registered a case against the four accused under the Entertainment Tax Act and started questioning them.

Black marketing being done through social media 
It is worth noting that for the past few days, the enthusiasm of India and New Zealand match in Indore is being seen among the cricket lovers. Those who pick up tickets and do black marketing have also become active. However, Indore Crime Branch has recovered 40 tickets so far. In most cases, attempts have been made to sell tickets through social media.

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