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    The Indian Premier League (IPL) has led to a rise in illegal betting in suburban villages, causing concern among residents. What was once limited to cities has now spread to rural areas like Ibrahimpatnam, where students from various colleges are getting involved in the hopes of making quick money. Both online and offline betting methods are being used, with bookies organizing operations in secret locations such as farmhouses and hotels. Young people are placing bets on various aspects of the game, from run totals to boundary hits, with different odds offered for different teams.

    The consequences of this betting trend are serious, as many young people end up in debt and financial trouble. Some resort to borrowing large sums of money or putting up their belongings as collateral. Authorities are taking action against these illegal activities, with police filing cases against betting groups and parents urging swift intervention to prevent further exploitation.

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