Actor Sahil Khan Arrested in Mahadev Betting App Case: Mumbai Police Crack Down on Alleged Involvement

The Mumbai cyber cell's Special Investigating Team (SIT) executed the arrest, bringing Khan into custody from Chhattisgarh.


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In a dramatic turn of events, Bollywood actor Sahil Khan found himself in the clutches of the law as the Mumbai Police arrested him in connection with the Mahadev betting app case. The arrest came after Khan was declared ‘absconding’ by officials and the Bombay High Court rejected his plea for pre-arrest bail.

The Mumbai cyber cell’s Special Investigating Team (SIT) executed the arrest, bringing Khan into custody from Chhattisgarh. This development marks a significant escalation in the ongoing investigation into the scandalous betting app.

While Khan’s specific role in the Mahadev betting app scam is still under scrutiny, law enforcement officials allege that his promotion of the app and encouragement for its usage contributed to the illicit profits generated through the platform.

The actor’s legal troubles began when he failed to comply with summons from the SIT in December, prompting authorities to pursue legal action against him. Despite attempts to evade arrest by seeking anticipatory bail, Khan’s efforts were thwarted by the rejection of his pre-arrest plea by the sessions court.

Seeking refuge in the interim protection granted by the Bombay High Court, Khan faced a grilling interrogation session with the Mumbai Police lasting over three hours last Saturday. However, his legal woes further escalated as the High Court dismissed his plea to quash the FIR and instructed him to cooperate fully with law enforcement.

The saga took another twist when a Mumbai crime branch team visited Khan’s residence only to discover his absence, leading to his declaration as an absconder. However, authorities tracked him down in Chhattisgarh, culminating in his arrest.

The Mahadev betting app case has sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry, with several prominent names, including Ranbir Kapoor, Hina Khan, Huma Qureshi, and Kapil Sharma, previously linked to the investigation. The case revolves around allegations of money laundering, cheating, and match-fixing, underscoring the pervasive influence of illicit activities in the realm of online gambling.

As the investigation unfolds, the spotlight remains firmly on Khan and other implicated individuals, highlighting the need for accountability and transparency in the entertainment industry’s dealings.


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