Now, Online Gaming & Gambling A Big Crime In Telangana

Judith Bessette
Junho 19, 2017

A meeting of the Cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, made a decision to recommend to the Centre to take steps to amend the Presidential Order issued in consonance with Article 371 (D) of the Constitution suggesting the change. It was also chose to constitute a committee headed by the Chief Secretary to give shape to the proposed change in detail by talking to stakeholders, Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari told mediapersons after the Cabinet meeting. But the government received complaints that people are now indulging in online gambling. "We want to eliminate gambling in all forms". Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao brought into force stringent laws to curb online gambling strictly in the state. "The cyber police will track online gambling and act against violators", Srihari said.

Besides the Gaming Act, the Telangana Cabinet amended three other Acts on Saturday.

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Another ordinance will amend Record of Rights Act to ban registration of government lands in the name of private persons and effect cancellation of past illegal registrations of these lands, he said.

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