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2 Held In Ahmedabad For Illegal Live Streaming Of T20 World Cup Matches

| Updated: June 24, 2024 14:22

At least two people were arrested by the Ahmedabad City Cyber Cell as part of a major crackdown on illegal live streaming of T-20 World Cup cricket matches, including the India-Pakistan match.

The accused have been identified as Divyanshu Patel of Mehsana and Aakashgiri Goswami, an employee of IndusInd Bank. The Cyber Cell also booked Azhar Amin, a Pakistani national, who used to provide the encoder and other technical services to the accused to live stream the matches. Cops said he helped in the live streaming of all matches across all sports including cricket and football for those who were part of the syndicate.

Cyber Crime sources said Look Out Circulars (LOC) had been issued against two other accused Shubam Patel, currently based in Winnipeg in Canada, and Harsh Patel, who is believed to have fled India.

DCP, Cyber Cell Lavina Sinha said they had received a complaint about three websites, https://magicwin360.net, https://magicwin.biz and https://magicwin.games illegally intercepting the transmission signals of the games played during the T-20 Cricket World Cup being held in the US and West Indies.

“We investigated the complaint and found that the server through which the illegal streaming was being done was bought by Divyanshu of Unjha, who had done his engineering in IT. We raided the place and seized three CPUs, four monitors, one laptop, an iPad, six routers and imported Debi boards each and two mobile phones,” said Sinha.

Cyber Crime Cell sources said Divyanshu used to work as a web developer from 2011-2012 and used to be in touch with his friend Shubham, who is also a native of Unjha but based in Canada for the last two years.

“Shubam was also based in Dubai before he moved to Canada. In Dubai, we believe he came in touch with Pakistani national Azhar,” said Assistant Commissioner of Police Hardik Makadia.

In 2020, Shubham first came up with the idea to illegally intercept signals and made Divyanshu buy necessary equipment.

Harsh, also from Unja, was a partner in crime of Divyanshu.

Azhar, who is based in Punjab in Pakistan, runs a dish TV network service and helped the accused with the illegal streaming of matches. Amit was paid in dollars by Shubham.
Makadia said Akashgiri Goswami, a resident of Vasna in Ahmedabad works as a credit card collection field executive for the Parimal Garden branch of the bank.

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