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Bangalore: Mangalore United, one among the eight teams competing in the Mantri-Karnataka Premier League, was saddled with controversy as one of its earlier partners, Santosh Suvarna, lodged a cheating case against the team owners Moideen Bhava and B.M. Farooq.
Suvarna said that Bhava and Farooq have cheated him to the tune of Rs 1.10 crore and the court has directed the police to check the veracity of the allegations.
“I had invested first Rs 90 lakh and then Rs 20 lakh but now I have been cheated by Bhava,” Suvarna said.
Bhava, denying the charges, said: “As a co-sponsor, he (Suvarna) gave us the money. We have all the documents and have nothing to hide.” — Special Correspondent
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