Lottery contracts for four distributors in Mizoram have been suspended following allegations of unfair process for issuing the licenses.
The future of lotteries in India continues to be called into question after MNF accused Lal Thanhawla of being involved in a multi-crore lottery scam.
The court struck down a proposal that would have forced state lottery agents and distributors to reveal names of winners.
In a bid to stop the sale of Mizoram lottery tickets, the government of Kerala has written to the Union Home Ministry to ban Mizoram Lotteries in the state.
The government of Kerala vows to come down heavily on the “unauthorized” move to sell the Mizoram lottery in the state.
Two companies associated with business conglomerate Essel Group have been linked to the INR11,808 crore lottery scam in the Indian state of Mizoram.
The government of Telangana is reportedly looking to place the two card games, which are currently considered as skill games in the country