Published by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Sat, 05 Jun 2021 03:18 AM IST
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He has said that people are putting money at stake in this game. In the petition, action has been sought against the people associated with the mobile app. The matter will be heard on June 22. The High Court has issued a notice to the state government in this matter and sought its response.
According to the petition, the game of Ludo depends on the number of points he gets after his dice is dropped. In this way, Ludo is not a skill but a game of luck. When people bet something in this game, it takes the form of gambling.
It has been said in the petition that people are investing money on Ludo app. People place a bet of five rupees each, after which 17 rupees reach the winner’s account, while three rupees go to the app’s share.
Petitioner’s counsel Nikhil Mengde said, gambling in the name of Ludo is taking the form of social evil. Earlier the petition had reached the Magistrate Court. There it was refused to register an FIR considering it a game of skill.
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