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Naman Ojha’s father arrested The father of former Indian wicket keeper Naman Ojha has been arrested by Madhya Pradesh police in an embezzlement case of Rs 1.25 crore. Ojha was on the run until Monday but has now been arrested along with other suspects in the case. Follow all the cricket news and updates on Insidesport.IN

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Naman Ojha’s father arrested: Ex-Indian wicketkeeper Naman Ojha’s father embroiled in controversy, arrested for misappropriation of 1.25 Crore – Departure

Naman Ojha, a stalwart of India’s national cricket scene, has had his father arrested in connection with an eight-year-old case. VK Ojha was arrested in Betul district and will be brought to court.

Reports suggest Ojha has been a wanted man since 2014, when the FIR was first filed.

Branch Manager at Bank of Maharashtra, Ojha was involved in the embezzlement of Rs 1.25 crore which came to light in 2013. The whole operation was done by opening several accounts and borrowing credit cards Kishan.

“The case was registered under sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC): 409 (Criminal breach of trust by official), 420 (Deceit), 467 (Tampering with securities of value), 468 (Tampering in the purpose of cheating), 471 (falsified documents) and 120-B (criminal association),” a police official told PTI.

Meanwhile, Naman Ojha retired from all forms of play last year after a decorated career. The Madhya Pradesh legend took part in a test, an ODI and two T20Is for India, while scoring truck races on the national stage.

Ojha was also an IPL regular, playing for Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad and the Delhi Daredevils. He was last seen in the Legends T20 League team, as part of Team India.

Naman Ojha’s father arrested: Ex-Indian wicketkeeper Naman Ojha’s father embroiled in controversy, arrested for misappropriation of 1.25 Crore – Departure

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