Dhoni's cheque for Rs 645 bounced, help him to pay tax!

MS Dhoni
Ranchi, Jun 25: It seems like the captain of the Indian cricket team, which is controlled by world's wealthiest cricket association BCCI, is running out of money! Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who guided India to 2011 Cricket World Cup victory, does not even have Rs 645 in his bank account!

According to media reports, a cheque for Rs 645 issued by MS Dhoni in favour of the Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) has bounced. The bank authorities returned the checque due to "insufficient fund" in the account.

MS Dhoni, one of the biggest tax-payer in the state of Jharkhand, issued the cheque towards the annual holding tax for his house at Kunwar Singh Colony. But unfortunately, the cheque was returned by the SBI, Doranda branch.

The Times of India quoted the tax collector of ward 52, RN Jha as saying, "Dhoni had issued a cheque (number 550703) of the State Bank of India, Doranda branch, from his savings account 01190108959 amounting to Rs 645 on March 15."

However, officials said that Dhoni has been paying the holding tax "regularly" and it would be a case of human error and oversight.

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