Complaint against Sehwag in Allahabad

Updated: 11 August 2009 09:30 IST

A local resident has lodged a complaint against Sehwag and his business partner alleging that he was not given the franchise rights of his restaurant.

Allahabad:

A local resident has lodged a complaint against Indian batsman Virender Sehwag and his business partner alleging that he was not given the franchise rights of the cricketer's restaurant despite paying more than Rs two lakh for it.

"A complaint has reached us through a registered post whereby Dr Rajat Sharma, an assistant professor at the CMP, degree college has alleged that Sehwag and his partner Siddharth were neither granting him franchise nor returning the Rs 2.4 lakh they had accepted for the purpose," Ram Adhar, an Inspector in Civil Lines Police Station, said.

The police inspector said that Sharma, who owns a shop inside a mall in Civil Lines, had come across a newspaper advertisement in 2006 in which Siddharth had invited bids for the franchise of the restaurant owned by Sehwag.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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