Sreesanth and the other two cricketers - Ankit Chavan and Ajit Chandila - were arrested in Mumbai on Thursday by Delhi Police for spot-fixing.
Jaipur: Jaipur police will share with their Delhi counterparts the call details of mobile phones seized during raids to assist with the ongoing IPL spot-fixing probe. "Over 250 mobile phones, some laptops and other items were seized during 16 raids in the city during the IPL season this year and call details of the mobile phones will be shared with Delhi Police to assist them in the ongoing probe in spot fixing," a police officer said.
"This is to ascertain whether there was any connection of the bookies arrested in Jaipur," the officer said, adding, that the city police was unaware of any spot fixing but action on large scale was taken against betting.
Sreesanth and the other two cricketers - Ankit Chavan and Ajit Chandila - were arrested in Mumbai on Thursday by Delhi Police for spot-fixing IPL matches for payments of upto Rs 60 lakh just for giving away pre-determined number of runs in an over.