Dhoni files fixing scam Lawsuit on Zee

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has filed a lawsuit against Zee News Channel, because they broadcast footage showing that there is the IPL match fixing scam and spoiling his image in front of his fans.

Captain of Indian team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has drag Zee News Channel into Madras High Court for insulting him, by broadcasting false things. He punched a compensation of Rs 100 crore on the Zee News Network to spoil for damaging his reputation. Dhoni argued that he hasn’t done any illegal activities and his name and reputation is being degraded without any proof. Madras HC granted MS Dhoni’s application on Tuesday, and keep zee network under the control from broadcasting any news or discussion regarding his alleged role in IPL match fixing.

Dhoni files fixing scam Lawsuit on Zee

T Mathivama, the judge in Madhras high court supporting Dhoni has restricted zee network for two weeks. Zee News Corporation has denied all the charges made with them of wrong information, in a press release and stated that they haven’t broadcast or shown any video recording or discussion to spoil the image of the Indian Player Dhoni. It is also mentioned that the intention of the company was to highlight the dishonesty that is affecting India’s favorite sport. The Zee news also declares to have moved the Supreme Court for further clarification on the assertion of fraud against Chennai Super Kings.

The alleged links of Dhoni with IPL fixing first came to light on 10 Feb 2014. Officer G Sampath Kumar, who is under suspension since 28 Feb 2014 confirmed that there, was planning for game fixing between the Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Kings. He also said that Meiyappan have been contacted to Dhoni and some others for finalization. The press release by zee news titled “Pardaphash” mentions a series of string operations, which showed Vindu Dara Singh and Officer Sampath Kumar secretly discusses the spot-match fixing.

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