Karnataka passes bill to ban online gambling
The Karnataka Assembly passed an ordinance banning virtual gambling and online gambling, according to media reports. The Karnataka Police (Amendment) Bill 2021 was introduced by the state’s Interior Minister, Araga Jnanendra.
This decision follows several complaints received by the state government regarding cyber fraud.
According to the media, the bill clarifies that “games mean and include online games, involving all forms of betting or betting, including in the form of tokens valued in terms of money paid before or after their issuance. , or electronic means and virtual currency, electronic transfer of funds within the framework of any game of chance.
Under the bill, the penalty for the first offense will be six months’ imprisonment and a fine of 10,000 rupees. For the second offense, the penalty is one year’s imprisonment and a fine of Rs 15,000. In the event of a third offense, the penalty will be 18 months’ imprisonment and a fine of Rs 20,000.
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