Chikoti Praveen Involved in Thai Casino Gambling Scandal
Recently, Chikoti Praveen‘s name has gone viral online, sparking much curiosity from members of the public. Following reports about his involvement in a gambling scandal, many individuals are eager to understand more about his case – in this article we provide all relevant details about arrests made at Thai casinos.
Chikoti Praveen Arrested Along With 83 Indian Tourists in Thailand
Hyderabad-based gambler Chikoti Praveen and 83 Indian tourists who were using Asia Pattaya Hotel as an informal casino in Chonburi’s Bang Lamung District to reportedly earn over Rs 100 crore were arrested early Monday by Thai police, prompting widespread outrage online. News of their arrest has since gone viral with everyone from Bollywood stars to tourists themselves joining in protest at these arrests – some even posting it to social media networks such as Reddit!
Possible Involvement of Telangana Politician in Case
Reports indicate that Chitti Devender Reddy, former Medak District Cooperative central bank chairman and BRS member may have been involved with Chikoti Praveen (betting circles commonly refer to him as PC). PC was said to have organized gambling ventures in Goa, Nepal, cockfights and money-spinning events throughout South India as well as makeshift casinos at Thai hotels where gamblers from Hyderabad were flown in for gambling packages and tourism packages.
Gambling Is Illegal Everywhere
Gambling is illegal in most countries, including India. Reports of an apparent gambling scandal involving an esteemed politician has left many shocked and many taking to social media outlets like Twitter to express their displeasure.
According to police reports, hotel hall logbooks found to contain gambling credits totalling Rs 100 crore; Chonburi police chief Kampol Leelaprahphporn stated that these operations constitute large-scale illegal gambling operations under Thai law and that all those involved will face appropriate punishment.