Supreme Court Issues Legal Notice To Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni

 Supreme Court Issues Legal Notice To Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni (Image Source: Twitter)

MS Dhoni could be in big trouble as the Supreme Court issued a legal notice to him regarding that Amrapali fraud case. The Court sent a total number of 1800 legal notices including Dhoni. The Court has urged those people to pay all their dues within the upcoming 15 days.

Interestingly, these people bought properties in different places of the Amrapali group. However, the Court has also stayed the mediation proceedings initiated in the Amrapali group case. Earlier, the Supreme Court gave the order of mediation only on Dhoni’s application.

Here is the shared tweet:

MS Dhoni, who was Amrapali’s brand ambassador till April 2016

Eventually, the former India captain was the brand ambassador of this Amrapali group till 2016. He had a major stake in Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited. On the other hand, his wife, Sakshi was a director of Amrapali Mahi Developers Private Limited. Speaking of this overall case, Dhoni paid an initial ₹20 lakh for a penthouse in Saphire Phase 1 at Noida. He got the penthouse at a lower price despite it being valued at about ₹1.5 crores. The balance amount was to be paid at a later stage.

Delhi High Court initiated arbitration proceedings against the Amrapali group on his plea. However, a forensic audit report was submitted to the court also. The report said: “We feel that Home Buyers money has been diverted illegally and wrongly to Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited and should be recovered from them as the said Agreement in our opinion do not stand the test of Law,”

It was also added that the auditors were not provided with a copy of the MOU. “We are informed verbally that this company was incorporated for the development of a project in Ranchi. An MOU was also entered between the parties though we were not provided with a copy of that,” the report concluded. Court also confirmed that Sakshi Dhoni “received share capital in cash and all the expenses were paid in cash,” as per reports.


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