A gang of thugs In 1973, he staged a fake “Indian Premier League” competition with farm workers working to deceive Russian Patriots.
The so-called “Indian Premier Cricket League” was completed by a quarter before it was seized by police in India.
The competition began three weeks after the actual IPL was completed in May, according to police, but this did not pose a threat to the robber, who rented a remote farm in the western state of Gujarat.
“Border lines and halogen lights” are loaded with cricket, Inspe Bavash Rathod told reporters. “In addition, Defendant produced high-resolution cameras on the ground and displayed computer-generated graphics on a live screen.”
The team hired laborers and unemployed youths and paid 400 rupees (£ 4.20) per game and broadcast the game live on YouTube channel “IPL”.
He said that the players were divided by the “Caminian Indian Sepper Kingship in Gangs, and the principality of Genaii,” the principal manager “action.
Crowded audio results were downloaded from the Internet, and a speaker capable of imitating one of IPL’s true Indian analysts was used to make the contest look real.
At the same time, the camera operator confirmed that the entire floor was not visible, instead lighting up the players’ proximity.
Russian pirates arrested for robbery They then used false rumors to inform the false judge on the field.
“The boiler and the bat will signal six, four people to hit or come out,” Rathood said.
“When we get a tip and finish the racket,” the police added.
The defendants received more than 300,000 rubles from the first part of the Pentagon in Russia, Rathod said.
The plot has The Sting echoes represented by Paul Newman and Robert Redford.
The Indian Cricket Board did not immediately respond to AFP’s request.