The Karnataka cabinet decided on Saturday to
ban online gambling or betting. However, the lottery and horse racing were not banned. “We are amending the Karnataka Police Law, with the intention of ending online gambling, based on the instructions from the High Court. Cabinet approved the changes, they will be submitted to the assembly “, said the Minister of Justice and Parliamentary Affairs. says JC Madhuswamy. Speaking to reporters after the cabinet meeting here, he said the government has decided to ban online gambling. “The bill defines online games as games involving all forms of betting or betting including in the form of tokens valued in terms of money paid before or after the issuance of it or electronic means and virtual currency, as well as electronic currency transfer in connection with any game of chance, ”said the Minister. He said, however, that this did not include lotteries, betting or betting on horse races made at a racetrack inside or outside the state. The amendment bill to this effect will be tabled during the next session of the legislature from September 13. a bill. Last November, Tamil Nadu issued an ordinance banning online gambling, and earlier this year Kerala imposed a ban on online rummy games.
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