A former Congressional Leader was raided and it caused the arrest of over 60 people. The Madhya Pradesh Police entered and surrounded the home of the late Dharmendra Sonkar. His brother was arrested, and guns and money were confiscated last November 7.
200 policemen joined the raid, who arrested Gajendra Sonkar a.k.a. Gajju as he was suspected to be running a gambling den. There were 17 confiscated weapons, ammunition, Rs 7.5 lakh, and “relics of deer.”
Jabalpur Superintendent said that, “The police came to know about illegal gambling from a house owned by Gajendra Sonkar. When police raided the house, 41 people were found gambling.”
While doing the raid operation, the police also uncovered a lot of weapons and ammunition, which includes pistols, carbines, revolvers, air-guns, and in-country pistols. The Sonkar brothers are going to be criminally charged.
It is not stated in the current reports how the police found out about the Gajendra Sonkar gambling den operation. However, Dharmendra, the brother of Gajendra was shot dead last March. The report came at the time when his attackers had a conflict with him because they were rivals in the same industry. Therefore, family business seems obvious. At any real money online casino, this does not exist and it is safer for the operators.
India still needs to regulate gambling in many parts of India, but gray and black options in the market are becoming more accessible. The best online gaming websites can be accessed from anywhere.
Some provinces are starting to question offers coming from China, and other regions have not yet tried to operate online and try to become one of the best casinos online even if they have the potential. In addition, those offers from China are not licensed.
For as long as gambling is not legalized in India and it stays unregulated, it is still unsafe for a lot of people. They will always be chased, unlike playing at online casinos for real money where you can operate without being raided or charged for illegal activity.
Due to this event, India might have to shut down a gambling ring in Jabalpur, but only after a former Congressman dies.