Vishal Gondal, the founder of GOQii, has been summoned by the police in Faridabad, asking him to boycott real-money games. Gondal, also an investor in nCore Games, the creator of FAU-G, has been posting information about the difference between video games and real money games, which he describes as gambling. This has led to multiple defamation cases, which are now subpoenas by the police. Gundal posted a copy of the subpoena on Twitter, which mentioned that the February 16 complaint was in response to a tweet posted by Gundal. He was summoned to Sarai Khwaja Police Station on April 5.
According to reports, someone filed a lawsuit against Gondole, claiming that someone had slandered, lost income and harmed religious beliefs. A person familiar with the matter said that during Diwali, Hindus played rummy paper, and Gondar’s sentiment of banning such online gambling games runs counter to the Hindu religion. Others said that Gunda’s remarks brought them social stigma.
When asked for comment, Gundal told Gadget 360 in an email statement: “It’s a shame to see the police and the legal system being abused to harass people who exercise their right to freedom of speech. What I have been talking about is real money gambling. /Gambling’s negative impact on society, and how the government should treat this situation. It seems that cartels in businesses are doing their best to harass and intimidate me. Given that many state governments have banned these games, I hope this evil in society will eventually end .”
He also added the lawyer’s explanation, which further stated: “In the beginning, our client denied all statements, averages, arguments, allegations and implications related to defamation or defamation or other implications mentioned in the defamation or complaint, and declared the complaint. It is absolutely wrong, concocted and arbitrary.”
“Our customers reiterate and reiterate that the moral and legal obligation of every Indian citizen is to freely express their opinions, speech and opinions. This is guaranteed by the Indian Constitution, and this is the moral and legal obligation of every citizen of India.”
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the lawyer notes also required a virtual attendance instead of an on-site attendance, and requested permission for Gondal to send all documents and explanations online or via courier.
Except for the subpoena, Gundal Tweet His statement also received 11 legal notices. Gundal wrote an article for Medianama in January entitled ” In the end, the house always wins: the state of real money games in India.
In this article and later on Twitter, Gundal reiterated that fantasy sports, betting on sports, and online games that use real money (such as Rummy) are gambling and should be banned. Despite the prohibition of online gambling, these companies operate under laws that allow India to use technological games. Indian law distinguishes games of skill and games of chance.