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Harbhajan Singh files a case against Chennai businessman

Harbhajan Singh files a case against Chennai businessman

Harbhajan Singh files a case against Chennai businessman

Harbhajan Singh, the former Indian cricketer, has filed a case against one of the businessmen of Chennai. According to the former player, the Chennai businessman took a loan of Rs 4 Crore in 2015 but the man has duped him of the mentioned amount.

The incident came to the light after the businessman approached the Madras High Court for the anticipating bail after Harbhajan filed a case against him to the Chennai Police.

The 40-year-old spinner revealed that he was introduced to the businessman through a medium (his friend) in 2015 named as G Mahesh, who was supposed to return the debt. As per the reliable sources, the cheque issued by Mahesh got bounced amidst the insufficient funds that led the cricket player to report the complaint against him and a few others. Notably, he has told to the reporters that whenever he tried to contact the businessman, his calls were avoided and paying back as well.

Mahesh is now required to mark his presence as per the orders of ACP.

Harbhajan Singh files a case against Chennai businessman

Mahesh mentioned that: he had paid all the dues to Harbhajan.

However, the player has refrained himself from the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and has returned to his backyard in order to meet his family. The departure of two players, Harbhajan and Suresh Raina has given a straight blow to CSK as both were the senior players with match-winning tactics to their names.

On the contrary, the extravaganza, Indian Premier League (IPL) is all set to be commenced by 19th September and Harbhajan’s side will be seen in action against Mumbai Indians (MI) in the opening match.

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