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Guna: Man gets six-month jail in cheque bounce case

Counsel for the petitioner, advocate Avdesh Maheshwari informed that the court sentenced six-month jail to Rajkumar Ahirwar and fine upto nine percent interest on Rs 1 Lakh amount which he was supposed to pay his client in 2016.

FP News Service | Updated on: Tuesday, May 03, 2022, 03:56 PM IST

Jail/ Representational Image |
Jail/ Representational Image |
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Guna (Madhya Pradesh): Court of first-class judicial magistrate Ankit Bhujang sentenced a man for six months and slapped a penalty in connection with a cheque bounce case in Guna.

Counsel for the petitioner, advocate Avdesh Maheshwari informed that the court sentenced six-month jail to Rajkumar Ahirwar and fine upto nine percent interest on Rs 1 Lakh amount which he was supposed to pay his client in 2016.

Maheshwari added that Rajkumar Ahirwar, a resident of Tillikheda, under Dharmawad police station limit in Guna district took Rs 1 Lakh as a loan from Dharmaraj Gill in 2016 and promised him that he would return the amount. Nonetheless, a month after Rajkumar started making excuses whenever Dharmaraj asked him to return his money. After a frequent request, Rajkumar handed him a cheque of Rs one lakh.

Meanwhile, the bank dishonoured this cheque mentioning that the payee account did not have enough money. Following which, Dharmaraj approached the court and filed a petition against Rajkumar.

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Published on: Tuesday, May 03, 2022, 03:57 PM IST