Cricketer Umesh Yadav duped of Rs 44 lakh by ex-manager beneath pretext of shopping for land; cops launch probe | Off the sector Information

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NAGPUR: Ace Indian pacer Umesh Yadav has been allegedly cheated of Rs 44 lakh by his friend-turned-manager beneath the pretext of buying a plot within the former’s title in Nagpur metropolis of Maharashtra, police stated on Saturday.
A police official stated a case was registered towards Shailesh Thakre for dishonest on a grievance lodged by Yadav, a resident of Nagpur.
Thakre (37) is a resident of Koradi and a good friend of Yadav.
No arrest has been made but.
After Yadav was chosen as a member of the Indian cricket group, he appointed his good friend Thakre as his supervisor on July 15, 2014, because the latter was unemployed, the official stated quoting the First Data Report (FIR).
“Thakre gained the belief of Yadav over time. He began dealing with all of the monetary affairs of Umesh Yadav. He used to deal with Yadav’s checking account, earnings tax and different monetary duties,” he stated.
The official stated Yadav was on the lookout for land for getting in Nagpur and requested Thakre.
“Thakre situated a plot in a barren space. He informed Yadav he would get it for Rs 44 lakh. Yadav deposited Rs 44 lakh in Thakre’s checking account. Nonetheless, Thakre bought the plot in his title,” he stated.
When Yadav learnt concerning the fraud, he requested Thakre to switch the plot in his title however the latter refused to oblige. He additionally refused to return the cash, the official stated.
“Yadav lodged a grievance with police in Koradi, following which a case was registered beneath sections 406 (Punishment for felony breach of belief) and 420 (Dishonest and thereby dishonestly inducing supply of property) of the Indian Penal Code,” the official added.

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