Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has been named in a cheque bounce case, which saw an FIR getting registered against 8 people, including the former Indian skipper. The FIR has been registered in Bihar’s Begusarai, in a case relating to cheque from ‘New Global Produce India Limited’ getting bounced.
According to the latest reports in DNA, a company named SK Enterprises has filed an FIR in Begusarai’s CJM’s court, alleging that a cheque worth INR 30 lakhs, which they received from ‘New Global Produce India Limited’ got bounced.
MS Dhoni had promoted the product, and thus, his name has been included in the FIR, by the complainant. After hearing the matter on Monday, the said court sent the case to Judicial Magistrate Ajay Kumar Mishra, wherein the next hearing regarding the case is scheduled to be taking place on June 28.
According to reports, SK Enterprises and New Global Produce India Limited had signed a deal that would see the latter provide fertilizers worth INR 30 lakhs, to the SK Enterprises. The company delivered the product, but it was alleged that the seller didn’t made payments right, and thus a huge amount of the product remained unsold.
The company thus took back the remaining fertilizer, and in lieu of this, they provided the agency with a cheque worth Rs 30 lakh, but once the same was deposited in the back, it was known that cheque.
Following this, a legal notice was served to the company, but the agency didn’t get any response. Therefore, the proprietor of SK Enterprises Neeraj Kumar Nirala filed an FIR against MS Dhoni – who had promoted the concerned product – and 7 others.