Online Rummy Game: Kerala High Court issues notice to Virat Kohli and 2 others

Online Rummy Game: Kerala High Court issues notice to Virat Kohli and 2 others

The Kerala High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to Indian skipper captain Virat Kohli, actors Thammanna and Aju Vargheese on a petition seeking a ban on the online rummy game.

This comes as victims alleged that brand ambassadors play a significant role in the addiction of youth.

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Kerala High Court issued notice to Virat Kohli, actors Thammanna and Aju Vargheese on a petition seeking a ban on the online rummy game.

Virat Kohli, actors Thammanna and Aju Vargheese are brand ambassadors of the online rummy game and thus a notice has been issued against them.

The Kerala high court has also issued notice to the state government and asked for its response to the matter.

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Kerala High Court issued notice to Virat Kohli, actors Thammanna and Aju Vargheese on a petition seeking a ban on the online rummy game.

As per the report, the petitioner complained that several people lost their lives in India following a huge loss of money by playing the online game. The petitioner also stated that it should be banned.

Reportedly, a man identified as 27-year-old Vineeth committed suicide at Kuttichal in Thiruvananthapuram as he lost Rs 21 lakh.

Kerala High Court issued notice to Virat Kohli, actors Thammanna and Aju Vargheese on a petition seeking a ban on the online rummy game.

Another man Sajesh who lost a huge amount of money playing online rummy said that the intervention of the High court was welcome as several people lost a lot of money playing this game and that he himself lost around Rs 6 lakh.

He said that the brand ambassadors play a big role in attracting the youth in playing this game which later turns into an addiction.

-PTC News