posted on february 1, 2020
That is why we decided to move the Supreme Court," the Home Minister added. The State always claimed that its amendments did not ban online "games of chance" or "games of skill", but only restrained people from risking money "on the happening of an uncertain event" and that "online platforms are prohibited from inducing gullible public with lure of unattainable prizes".
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