Gurunath Meiyappan arrested in Mumbai
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Gurunath Meiyappan, a top official of the Chennai Super Kings franchise and son-in-law of the BCCI president N Srinivasan, has been formally arrested by Mumbai Police
Gurunath lands in Mumbai for questioning
MUMBAI, May 24 (Agencies): Gurunath Meiyappan, a top official of the Chennai Super Kings franchise and the son-in-law of BCCI president N Srinivasan, has landed in Mumbai in response to a summons by the Mumbai Police. Police officials said the summons was needed for questioning in connection with betting.
IPL fixing: Mumbai crime branch carries on nightlong interrogation of Meiyappan, Vindoo
Mumbai : A marathon nightlong questioning began at the Mumbai Police Crime Branch office today with Chennai Super Kings honcho Gurunath Meiyappan facing a barrage of questions over his links with Vindoo Dara Singh and cricket bookies. Led by Joint CP crime Himanshu Roy, a battery of six officers from Property Cell and two officers from Crime Investigation Unit fired a volley of questions, armed with call detail records. The questioning will be in 2 phases: first, Meiyappan, followed by a joint questioning of Vindoo and Meiyappan. The questioning is expected to go on till early morning after which police will decide whether to arrest Meiyappan or not. Vindoo Dara Singh appeared to be tense this evening as he will be brought face to face with Meiyappan. Meiyappan flew in to Mumbai by a private plane from Madurai and went to the crime branch office with his lawyer escorted by Mumbai police from the airport.
Meiyappan to also be quizzed about role in spotfixing police
As Chennai Super Kings team owner Gurunath Meiyappan landed here for questioning in connection with the raging betting scandal, Mumbai police today said for the first time that they would also quiz him about his suspected role in spot-fixing T20 matches.
Meiyappan will be quizzed over IPL spot-fixing too: Police
As Chennai Super Kings team owner Gurunath Meiyappan landed in Mumbai for questioning in connection with the raging betting scandal, the Mumbai Police on Friday said for the first time that they would also quiz him about his suspected role in spot-fixing IPL matches.
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Mumbai police whisk off Gurunath Meiyappan for IPL probe
Mumbai police whisked off Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of Indian cricket board chief N. Srinivasan, to the police headquarters shortly he landed here Friday evening.Police are likely to interrogate Meiyappan in connection with the IPL spot fixing scam after his name was revealed by Bollywood actor Vindu Dara Singh Randhawa, currently in police...
CSK CEO Meiyappan arrives in Mumbai for questioning in betting racket
Mumbai: Gurunath Meiyappan, Chennai Super Kings owner, arrived here this evening for questioning by Mumbai police's crime branch following allegations of involvement in betting in the IPL, Police said. READ MORE ON IPL SPOT-FIXING Joint Commissioner (crime) Himanshu Roy said he would be questioned tonight and that he was not detained at the airport. Accompanied by his lawyer, the 35-year-old CSK honcho arrived from Madurai by a chartered flight and was taken in a car piloted by a police jeep carrying crime branch personnel over a couple of hours after the deadline for his personal appearance ended at 5 pm. CSK CEO Meiyappan lost Rs 1 crore in betting Roy said the crime branch would question him in the light of what actor Vindoo Randhawa, arrested for his alleged links with bookmakers, had said during his custodial interrogation and what police had come to know in the course of its investigation. Asked if Meiyappan would be arrested after questioning, he said, "nothing has been decided. It is not going to be a pre-conceived decision. We will take a call only after questioning him." (Agencies) Latest News from India News Desk
Meiyappan to Be Quizzed About Role in Spot-Fixing: Cops
As Chennai Super Kings team owner Gurunath Meiyappan landed here for questioning in connection with the raging betting scandal, Mumbai police today said for the first time that they would also quiz him about his suspected role in spot-fixing IPL matches.
Gurunath Meiyappan brought to Mumbai Crime Branch HQ
Mumbai police brought Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of Indian cricket board chief N. Srinivasan, to the crime branch headquarters after he landed at Mumbai airport. Police will interrogate Meiyappan in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scam after his name was revealed by Bollywood actor Vindoo Dara Singh Randhawa, currently in police custody. Watch: Meiyappan detained at Mumbai airport l Meiyappan is just a honorary member of CSK: India Cements
Meiyappan arrives in Mumbai
Mumbai Crime Branch Joint Commissioner Himanshu Roy said he would be questioned tonight and that he was not detained at airport.
Meiyappan leaves for Mumbai to appear before police
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Gurunath Meyappan, son-in-law of BCCI Chief N Srinivasan, today headed for Mumbai by a chartered flight from here in response to summons by police for questioning in connection with IPL betting scam. Mumbai police had rejected his request to ...