The Mumbai Police is likely to seek an extension of Vindoo Dara Singh's custody in the IPL betting case as the probe in the case is on.
Ajit Chandila had received Rs.12 lakh for spot fixing in IPL 2012 matches, Delhi Police said on Thursday.
The Delhi Police has made it clear that no foreign player is involved in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing scandal.
Sachin Tendulkar, who is down with a wrist injury, Thursday sweated out at the Mumbai Indians net session though he remains a doubtful starter for the second IPL qualifier against Rajasthan Royals here on Friday.
The big betting controversy of the Indian Premier League has reached the Chennai Super Kings with arrested actor Vindoo Dara Singh revealing links with senior people in the franchise.
The Mumbai Police team on Thursday had to leave Chennai Super Kings CEO Gurunath Meiyappan's residence without questioning him as he was not in Chennai.
More arrests are taking place in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing and illegal betting scandal. Another bookie has been arrested now from Ajmer in Rajasthan.