Amrapali Scam Victims Want MS Dhoni To Be Made An Accused; Delhi Police Files FIR
Indian international cricketer, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has seen better days as it seems that the troubles are piling up for the former India skipper.
How Did This Happen?
The news is coming in about complainants against the Amrapali Group, which is accused of diverting thousands of crores of homebuyers’ money.
They have also claimed that Dhoni should also be made an accused, with the FIR filed by the Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing on November 27 clearly stating this demand.
What Is Mentioned In This FIR Against Amrapali Group?
The FIR mentioned the names of Amrapali Group’s Chairman and Managing Director Anil Kumar Sharma, group officials Shiv Priya, Mohit Gupta and some others in the accused list.
So according to the FIR filed by Rupesh Kumar Singh, the complaint charges the accused with criminal breach of trust, cheating and criminal conspiracy under Sections 406, 409, 420 and 120 B of the Indian Penal Code.
As per this FIR, the Amrapali Group bosses “spun attractive dreams to lure customers and their money, making skillful use of Dhoni for this purpose. He was made the Amrapali Group’s brand ambassador with the sole objective that his name attracts people to deposit their hard-earned funds in the housing projects.”
Why Did This Happen?
According to the complaint, it has clearly mentioned in the FIR that Amrapali Group had amassed ?2,647 crore for its various projects from the eager home buyers.
As per the report, this huge amount was diverted here and there, while the housing projects languished unfinished.
While speaking to IANS on Monday, complainant Rupesh Kumar Singh said that he had filed an FIR with the EOW in the Amrapali scam and the probe was underway.
As pes his statement in the FIR, the Supreme Court had also held that the various projects the Amrapali Group had launched were to deceive and cheat the people, “of whom I was one”.
Who Are Supposed To Be involved In This Scam?
According to the complaint, Singh also alleged that in the scam running into thousands of crores of rupees, the involvement of Greater Noida Authority officials cannot be ignored.
Singh said that the Authority had given the Group plots in exchange for a 10% premium, and after this, they turned a blind eye to how it was cheating the people. (Reference)
He further said that the Group kept on exacting money from its customers, but never paid the Authority and it remained silent all the time.
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