Cricket enthusiasts are now dreaming to watch their favourite upcoming match and due to high demand of tickets and early online bookings make it difficult for them to reach to fulfil their dream of watching their favourite team match. Every year when a match reaches its peak a lot of black marketing tickets are sold in a very high demand because no one can stop the cricket lovers to watch their favourite player playing in front of them.
Black marketing of World Cup tickets
Recently, alerts have been generated to BCCI and CAB for Black marketing of world Cup tickets as the world cup final arrives on its peak. Recently, Kolkata police have summoned officials from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) to investigate the alleged black marketing of World Cup tickets.
This shocking revelation has sent shockwaves through the cricketing world, raising concerns about the integrity of the sporting event set to commence in just a few weeks. Lots of people are breaking this rule of demanding high money for selling reasonable tickets for a high amount of money.
Kolkata police summon BCCI, CAB officials
The complaint was lodged at the Maidan police station, highlighting concerns over the collusion between the popular online ticketing platform, BookMyShow, and key officials from the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). According to the complaints, this alleged collaboration has resulted in the general public being deprived of the opportunity to purchase match tickets. Resulting unwanted situations at the time of a particular cricket match.
Following the issue of the complaint, a formal case was registered at the Maidan police station, Kolkata, and an active investigation is currently underway in which there will be lots of analysis done under various spectrum. As part of this investigation, the police have issued an official notice to the CAB, requesting the appearance of a knowledgeable representative who can formally do investigation on the situation.
Cricket WC tickets black marketing
Recently, a match between India and South Africa two individuals have been caught for their involvement in selling tickets at high prices. One of these individuals was arrested on Wednesday around 3 pm by Maidan police. The police’s anti-rowdy squad intercepted a 24-year-old individual named Gunjan Chatterjee near the Mohammedan Sporting Club cricket ground as he was allegedly selling tickets for the India-South Africa match to the general public at highly inflated prices.
The tickets, originally priced at Rs 900, were being resold for an astonishing Rs 4,000 each. The police successfully seized 16 tickets from his possession during the arrest and formally investigating upon it for these cases for the upcoming match.
Kolkata Police initiate probe against BCCI, CAB, BookMyShow
Kolkata police has become active after these incidents and will examine this issue for the upcoming matches. Entire police stations and other officials have become active and will initiate a probe against the BCCI, CAB, and BookMYShow. Thorough investigation will proceed further on such cases.