Indian cricketer Virat Kohli is in trouble again


Indian cricketer Virat Kohli is in trouble again. The Kerala High Court has sent a notice to him. Notices have also been sent to southern actresses Tamanna Bhatia and Aju Varghese.

Notices were sent against the young generation for tempting them to play rami (cards) online. All three are brand ambassadors for a popular online Rami company.

The notice was sent by a division bench of Kerala High Court headed by Chief Justice S Manikumar and Justice Anil K Narendra. The court sought the opinion of the Kerala government on the matter.

Paulie Varakkan, a resident of Thrissur, filed a petition in the court. He complained that the online Rami game is becoming increasingly popular. It should be stopped immediately by legal means. The rest of the states have done so. But the Kerala government does not have that attitude. There is no mention of online Rami. According to Pauli, interest in the general public is growing because famous people advertise such games.

According to Kerala law, Kohli has done that illegal thing! In 1960, the Kerala government passed a law that made the game of Rami a crime. Poker, like the International Bridge, can also be used for gambling.

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