Amrapali homebuyers money diverted to MS Dhoni`s wife company, auditors tell Supreme Court
| Wednesday | 24th July, 2019
As per records, Sakshi Dhoni “received share capital in cash and all the expenses were paid in cash,” the top court said.
Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni seems to be getting into fresh troubles after the sensational revelation in the supreme court that Amrapali has diverted homebuyers money to MS Dhoni`s wife Sakshi`s company, as per the report published in Outlook magazine.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday canceled the registration of Amrapali group and ordered National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) to take over all pending housing projects of Amrapali group. The Amrapali Group has been accused of raising funds from investors for housing projects but failing to complete and deliver the same on time.
Dhoni, also called Mahi, has major stakes in Rhiti while Sakshi is a director of Amrapali Mahi Developers Private Limited. Dhoni was a brand ambassador of Amrapali till he withdrew in April 2016.
In a sensational revelation made to the Supreme Court by forensic auditors Pawan Kumar Aggarwal and Ravinder Bhatia, it has come to light that Amrapali entered into "sham" agreements with Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited and Amrapali Mahi Developers Private Limited.
"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,” said the forensic audit report that the Supreme Court bench of Justices Arun Mishra and U U Lalit reproduced in its judgment on Tuesday.
As per the Outlook report, The audit report stated that "Rhiti Sports Management Private Limited was paid Rs. 24 crores for professional charges and advertisement expenses etc.”
The audited report says Rhiti received a total of Rs 42.22 crores from Amrapali group between 2009-2015.
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