Haryana cricketer Mrinank induced Delhi Capitals Captain Rishabh Pant by claiming that he has started a business of buying and selling luxury watches, bags, jewellery, mobile phones and other luxury items and he could get them at huge discounts. Rishabh Pant and his manager, Puneet Solanki, filed a case against Mrinank Singh that he cheated of Rs 1.63 crore last year in February through a bounced cheque. The con cricketer also presented false references of several cricketers to defraud Pant, the complaint added. The Rishabh Pant cheque bounce news is all over the place right now! Rishabh Pant accused Mrinank of reselling his luxury items like watches, jewellery and other things for an attractive price. Pant wanted to sell his Franck Muller Vanguard Yachting Series watch worth Rs 36.25 lakh and Richard Mille watches worth Rs 62.60 lakh, and the important thing to be noted is that he handed both the items to Mrinank. He also paid him more than Rs 2 crore additionally to buy various luxury goods. However, Mrinank failed to get the items, and the deal was cancelled after a few months. Remarkably, both the parties arrived at a mutual oral settlement for Rs 1.63 crore, and Mrinank gave him a cheque for the same amount, but later it bounced due to insufficient funds. According to the sources, Pant's complaint said that he was cheated by Mrinank Singh, who presented false references to win the player's trust. The prices of the watches that were produced and noted as a mutual oral settlement for INR 1.63 crore. Meanwhile, Mrinank Singh was arrested by the Juhu police for allegedly cheating a local Mumbai business person of Rs 6 lakh. The Delhi-based Saket court last week issued a notice to the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai to present Singh. As per the sources, 23-year-old Mrinank has also cheated a film director and several hotels with fake references.