by: Syed Athar Abbas (Athar G) Sport Reporter of TN Media News:
The company also failed to pay investors. Former India fast bowler and Men’s ODI World Cup winning team member Manaf Patel’s bank accounts have been frozen.
Former Indian cricketer Manaf Patel is the director of a real estate agency, the firm launched a residential project that failed miserably while the company also failed to pay investors, after which several investors filed complaints. The Real Estate Regulatory Authority issued a recovery certificate and froze the former cricketer’s accounts.
Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Alok Kumar Gupta says that the team has recovered 52 lakh Indian rupees from the bank accounts of the former cricketer. Former cricketer Manaf Patel has represented India in all three formats of cricket while in IPL he has also played for Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Lions.
The 39-year-old cricketer has the honor of representing the Indian team in 13 Tests, 70 ODIs and 3 T20 Internationals, in which he has taken 35, 86 and 4 wickets. Manaf Patel was also a member of the World Cup winning team for India in 2011, but he announced his retirement from cricket in 2018.