Sujjan Singh, an international professional golfer has been booked by Chandigarh Police today in a domestic violence case filed by his wife Irina Brar, who is also an international golfer.
Irina had filed a complaint of physical torture in November 2018 and Sujjan has been booked under Sections 406 and 498A of the IPC. “A case was registered against Sujjan Singh after a thorough probe. Allegations against him were found substantiated during the investigation,” a police official said.
Irina and Sujjan, both residents of Chandigarh, got married in 2010. In December 2018, Irina filed a case of domestic violence and maintenance at a local court against her husband. Sujjan turned professional in 2005 and joined the Professional Golf Tour of India, where he had two wins, while Irina dominated women’s golf in India from 1999-2002 and 2004-2006.
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