Dhoni moves SC seeking protection of ownership rights of property in Amrapali project
Updated : April 28, 2019 04:44 PM IST
Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni has moved the Supreme Court seeking protection of his ownership rights on an over 5,500-square feet penthouse he booked 10 year ago in a project of embattled Amrapali Group.
He said that because he was associated with the Amrapali Group as their brand ambassador, he got the penthouse at a lower price.
Dhoni said that like other home-buyers and creditors, he has also been duped by the Amrapali Group.
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