The report states that the FIR has booked Sakhi and three others under Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and that the case has been registered by Dennis Arora, who is a resident of Nirvana Country township in Gurugram.
Sportsfit World, which is a gym and fitness center, is co-directed by Dennis and his father Vikas Arora who owns 39 percent shares of the company.
Dennis has alleged that due to some issues, directors of Rhiti MSD Alamode Pvt. Ltd. had decided to purchase Sportsfit World’s shares from him and agreed to a sum of approximately Rs 11 crore.
He further said that an agreement was signed between him and directors of Rhiti MSD and they had agreed to clear the dues before March 31, 2016.
But he has alleged that till date he has was paid only Rs 2.25 crore and thus he filed a complaint against them at Sushant Lok police station of Gurugram.
Arun thus questioned how can a case even be registered against Sakshi, who is no longer a part of the company and especially when this case is pending for arbitration.
Police currently are looking into the matter, but have given no confirmation if Sakshi is in any way is connected to this case.