Big news is coming out about Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha. Actually, a case of fraud worth lakhs of rupees has come to light in the name of Sonakshi Sinha. In this case, attachment orders have now been issued against two people including Sonakshi Sinha’s manager. Apart from manager Malvika Punjabi, the names of the people involved in this case are being told as Dhomil Thakkar and Girl Shakaria.
A case of fraud worth lakhs of rupees in the name of Sonakshi Sinha is going on in the court against these three people. In this case, Sonakshi Sinha has got a stay from the High Court till 28th February. According to the information received from the lawyer, attachment orders have been given against the three accused under Section 82.
Fraud worth lakhs in the name of Sonakshi
The three people who had defrauded lakhs of rupees in the name of Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha. Attachment orders have been given against him. Now the next hearing in this case is to be held on 28th February. But understand where this matter started. This is the case of the year 2019. When a case was registered against Sonakshi Sinha and some other people in Katghar police station of Moradabad. This case was done by Pramod Sharma of Shivpuri. Who have made some allegations against the actress and her team.
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Actually Pramod Sharma calls film stars and organizes programs. Sonakshi Sinha was also invited for one such event. This program was to be held on September 30, 2018. Now Pramod Sharma alleges that Sonakshi Sinha refused to come to the event at the last moment. The matter escalated because the event manager had paid the actress’s manager the fee for attending the program. Apart from this, round trip fare was also given. But he suffered a loss due to his refusal at the last moment.
After the event was cancelled, Pramod Sharma, who has filed a case of fraud against these people. Asked for refund of his fees for not attending the event. But when he refused to return the amount, he lodged a complaint with the police. After which a non-bailable warrant was also issued. Now on Wednesday, attachment order has been given in this case.