Virat Kohli in Legal Trouble: Virat Kohli in trouble, Kerala High Court sent notice

Virat Kohli has been served notice by Kerala High Court (Photo Credit: AP)

Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, is seen getting into trouble.

  • News18
  • Last Updated:January 27, 2021, 6:49 PM IST

new Delhi. The Kerala High Court has sent notices to Indian captain Virat Kohli, actress Thammanna and Aju Varghese. Virat, Tamanna and Aju are the brand ambassadors of online Rummy games. A petition filed in the Kerala High Court has demanded a ban on this online game. The petition states that brand ambassadors play an important role in bringing youth into drug addiction.

The High Court has also issued a notice to the state government and asked for its response. The petitioner had complained in the High Court that many people in the country have lost their lives after losing huge amounts of money by playing online games and it should be banned.

27-year-old Vineet committed suicide a few days ago in Kuttichal in Thiruvananthapuram. He had a loss of 21 lakh rupees. Sajesh, 32, also lost a huge amount while playing Rummy online. He said, “The intervention of the Hon’ble High Court is welcome because I know that many people have lost huge amount of money playing this online game. I myself have lost more than 6 lakh rupees.”

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He said, “Brand ambassadors actually play a big role in attracting naïve youth into playing this game which soon becomes an addiction. I had to seek professional medical help to get out of this addiction and the court was asked to go to India This game should be banned. “

Virat Kohli, who recently became a father, is going to reach Chennai today. The first two matches of the four-Test series between India and England are to be played in Chennai.


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