Investigations manifest that the Chawla remained in constant touch with the South African captain Hansie Cronje at most of the venues of the matches that were later alleged to be fixed.
Chawla was taken from his six-bedroom rented £1 million home in Temple Fortune, North London - which he shared with his wife Deepika and two young children - and was driven to London's Heathrow airport before being put on a flight to the Indian capital with members of the Delhi Police Crime Branch.
Chawla is alleged to have played a central role in conspiring with Hansie Cronje, the late South African cricket team captain, to fix a South African tour to India in February-March 2000.
Chawla's extradition was approved by the UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid in February past year under the India-UK Extradition Treaty 1992.
The Daily Mail has learned that a file prepared by Delhi's Crime Branch is said to reveal that a number of Indian cricketers were visiting Chawla at his North London home address. The Delhi Police intercepted a conversation between the blacklisted bookie Chawla and Cronje, in which it was learnt that the South African captain had accepted money to lose matches.
In January this year, Chawla contested the extradition on humanitarian grounds in the Royal Courts of Justice, London, but lost the appeal.
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Crime Branch has also gathered documents from Scotland Yard, whose sleuths arrested Chawla in 2001 in another betting scandal involving English players.
Chawla, extradited from the United Kingdom, has challenged the trial court order saying that during the extradition, MHA had given assurance to the United Kingdom government that he will be kept in Tihar jail only to face trial.
According to court records, India sought Chawla's extradition due to his alleged criminal conduct between January and March 2000.
His case was initially heard by the Westminster Magistrates Court and later by the UK High Court.
India had also made further guarantees on medical facilities and protection from intra-prisoner violence in Delhi's Tihar Jail, where he is to be held ahead of his trial.
The ECHR had sought additional assurances from the British High Commission in New Delhi that Chawla's rights as a British citizen would be upheld, including regular consular access.