Karanvir Bohra accused of Conning Woman out of Rs. 1.99cr

Karanvir Bohra and five others have been accused of defrauding a 40-year-old woman out of Rs. 1.99 Crore (£210,000).

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"Police have started an investigation"

A case has been filed against Karanvir Bohra and five others for allegedly conning a woman out of Rs. 1.99 Crore (£210,000).

It was reported that only Rs. 1 Crore (£100,000) was paid back to the woman.

A case was registered at Oshiwara Police Station.

The case stated that Karanvir allegedly scammed the woman after promising to return it with 2.5% interest.

When the woman requested her money back, Karanvir and his wife Teejay Sidhu were unresponsive.

ANI tweeted: “The woman also claimed that when she asked for the amount, Bohra and his wife Teejay Sidhu did not respond properly and threatened to shoot her.

“Police have started an investigation and will soon record their statements.”

Karanvir Bohra was last seen in Lock Upp where he revealed that he had huge debts.

He said that because he has been unable to clear several debts, there are a few cases registered against him.

On the reality show, Karanvir also said that if he did not have a family, he would have taken his own life.

He had said: “Since 2015, whatever work I accept it’s to pay off that debt.

“I feel so sorry for myself and for my family – what am I giving them?

“If someone else was in my position, he would have committed suicide.”

Karanvir revealed that he suffered financial problems due to being duped by many people.

But after exiting the show, Karanvir said that his legal issues have gone as he started repaying his debts.

He said:

“Those (legal cases) are sorted, I have come out of it. Because I started giving and they took it back.”

Karanvir and his wife have twin girls aged five, named Bella and Vienna.

They said that they enrolled their children in a Canadian school rather than an Indian school, calling it the most difficult decision they have ever made as parents.

Teejay previously said: “We want them to have the experience of being with a teacher, having friends, studying in a classroom where all other children get.

“I would not want to deprive them of it, and that is why I decided to get them admitted to a school in Canada.”

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