Manoj Prabhakar and Family Face Cheating, Trespassing Case; Former Cricketer Accused of Forced Entry in a Flat
Manoj Prabhakar. (Photo Credits: PTI)

New Delhi, October 17: The Delhi Police on Thursday registered a case of cheating and trespassing against former Indian International cricketer Manoj Prabhakar. A case has also been registered against his family and wife, reported news agency ANI. Two other people have also been named in the case, said reports. Sandhya Sharma Pandit, a woman who lives in London, had reportedly called the police and complained to the police.

Prabhakar lives with his family in Delhi. He lives on the first floor of the building. The woman who has lodged a complaint against Prabhakar also owes a flat on the second floor of the building, said reports. The apartment is in Sarvapriya Vihar in South Delhi. She alleged that Prabhakar broke into her house and illegally lodged his friend there.

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According to the police, the woman said that she was informed by neighbours that someone is staying in her flat. In September, she came to Delhi and when tried to enter the flat, however, the occupant denied entry to her.

"The woman claimed that when she tried to raised the issue, she was threatened with dire consequences. She claimed that her flat was encroached upon by Prabhakar and others on the basis of forged documents,” said the officer.

During initial investigation, the police found that Manoj Goyal, a property dealer, who is also one of the accused in the case has prepared forged papers and helped Prabhakar to occupy the flat.

"After going through initial investigation, a case has been registered at Malviya Nagar police station. We will call Prabhakar for questioning," said a police officer. Prabhakar has rejected the allegations made against him by the woman.

He said that he has been living in the flat on the first floor for the past 23 years and has never seen the woman. "We do not know anything about the woman. I don't know who lives on the second floor," said Prabhakar. (With PTI Inputs)