Two persons, including the main accused, have been arrested in connection with sale of fake tickets for the April 28 IPL match at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.
Ketan Dhawre (37) and Pravin Naik (28) were arrested two days ago. According to police, Naik was the mastermind of the crime which came to light when a spectator was denied entry at the stadium because his ticket was found to be fake.
Naik, a diploma holder in graphics, animation and web designing, forged the image of an IPL ticket with the help of a computer software and printed out 560 tickets.
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