Further, their statements have been recorded as on when they were approached and under what circumstances.
"Usually, the messages come on WhatsApp, so we are trying to establish IDs. We haven't questioned any team owners, yet," said Ajit, a former Rajasthan DGP.
ACU investigators believe a consortium is involved
Meanwhile, the report also adds that the ACU investigators believe that a consortium of bookies has been in touch with the owner of a team.
They also believe that the bookies are Gujarat and Kolkata-based, while a fixer was previously involved in the Rajputana Cricket League, as he was among 14 people arrested in the 2017 spot-fixing case.
Owner allegedly received Rs. 4 cr
As per reports, the owner of an alleged team received Rs. 4 crore in exchange of the control of the team.
The fixer was looking for information about players in order to have the ability to manipulate and make money through betting.
Meanwhile, a coach was presented with a diamond set, as he made a deal of Rs. 25 lakh.
Dubious IPL regular
ACU labels an IPL regular player as 'dubious'
Meanwhile, the ACU has also labeled a player as 'dubious'.
Notably, that player is a renowned First-Class cricketer and an IPL regular.
Sources have also revealed that he was trying to influence other players before the start of the 2019 season.
Meanwhile, a probe has even stated that bookies and fixers are involved in deciding the squad during the draft.