This chapter discusses class legislation wherein one law on the issue of betting would be made for the rich and another law would be legislated to protect the poor from their abusive use and manic attitude towards gambling and betting. In this chapter different cases and accounts on the issue of betting, the existence of clubs and pubs are analyzed within the context of legislated acts and laws. The chapter also discusses the different policing and entrapment methods used by the police in raiding and catching the persons involved in such activities.
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