Cricket Match-Fixing Doesn’t Amount to Cheating u/s 420 IPC, Rules Karnataka HC

Recently, the Karnataka High Court ruled that acts of match-fixing that allegedly happened during the Karnataka Premier League (KPL), 2019 would not amount to cheating under the IPC and also quashed the charge sheet filed against two cricketers. According to the Bench of Justice Sreenivas Harish Kumar, it is true that if a cricketer indulges

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