Indian cricketer Suresh Raina has lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police regarding a property issue.
Raina, accompanied by two of his friends, met senior police officials at the Delhi Police Headquarters on Friday evening.
Talking exclusively to Millennium Post, Raina said: "I have come to file a complaint against a person who has dodged me for several months regarding a property that I had purchased in Aerocity."
He added: "The person is not giving me papers of the property that I have bought few months back. When all efforts failed, I came to seek the help of the police. I will meet the senior police officers."
Raina arrived at the Headquarters of Delhi Police near ITO around 4 pm and left around 6 pm. He met the Special Commissioner of Police, Law and Order ( North ), S B K Singh.
Sources said that during the meeting that lasted 25 minutes, the cricketer discussed the matter in detail with the senior cops, who assured him of looking into the matter.
After the meeting with Singh concluded, Raina also met some other senior police officers. However, when Millennium Post tried to contact the senior police officer regarding the matter, the officer refused to comment. "We cannot divulge any details of the meeting," said the officer.
Raina, the captain of the Gujarat Lions franchise in Indian Premier League 2017, also said that he was assured of full cooperation by cops in the matter.