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Salman Khan, sister Alvira Khan Agnihotri & seven others summoned by Chandigarh Police in a fraud case

Being Human, the nonprofit founded by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is in legal difficulty. Chandigarh police have summoned his sister Alvira Khan Agnihotri and seven others affiliated with the actor’s charity in an alleged fraud investigation. To learn more, continue reading.

According to the latest reports, a Chandigarh police resident has filed a fraud charge against the Bharat actor and his Being Human charity. The complainant stated that he invested Rs 2 to 3 crore to open an exclusive store under the brand “Being Human Jewellery.”

According to ANI, Arun Gupta, a Chandigarh resident, claimed that two staffers from Salman Khan’s foundation approached him and encouraged him to open a franchise and that the megastar would attend the showroom’s launch. That, however, did not occur as planned.

The trader said, “Two Being Human employees told me that asked me to open a franchise for Being Human. We agreed. They told us the cost of investment was Rs 2 crore. The pressurised us by saying Salman Khan will come for the opening of the showroom.”

“They called us for a meet-and-greet with Salman Khan. I met him and he promised me. Now 1.5 years have passed and I have not received anything. Salman did not reply to my letters”, he further added.

Chandigarh SP Ketan Bansal was quoted as saying, “They have been given till July 13 to reply. If there’s anything criminal, action will be taken.”

Meanwhile, Salman Khan will next be featured in “Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali” and “Tiger 3,”. For the third instalment of the ‘Tiger’ franchise, the superstar will work with Katrina Kaif

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