New Delhi, April 30: After former India skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s claim that he has duped of many crores by the Amrapali real estate group, the Supreme Court on Tuesday sought details of all transactions from the company and payments made to the cricketer.
Dhoni had moved the apex court, accusing Amrapali Group of cheating. In his plea, Dhoni had informed Supreme Court that he had booked a penthouse in Amrapali Safari in Ranchi but that possession was not given. He had also alleged that Amrapali Group had not cleared the outstanding amount promised to him for being the company’s brand ambassador.
The Supreme Court has now directed Amrapali Group to inform it about all transactions it made with Dhoni who is seeking Rs 40 crore for endorsing the company between 2009 and 2006.