(PTI) India's main shuttler Lakshya Sen, his family and previous public mentor Vimal Kumar were accused of cheating and age misrepresentation in a FIR recorded in Bengaluru.

The FIR, recorded on Thursday by M Goviappa Nagaraja, asserted that the 21-year-old ruling District Games champion, alongside his sibling Chirag Sen, had fudged their age to get into playing age-bunch competitions starting around 2010.

The protest, a duplicate of which is in control of PTI, likewise names Sen's dad Dhirendra, a mentor with the Games Support of India, mother Nirmala and Kumar who has been training the pair for over 10 years.

They have been accused of cheating (Segment 420), imitation (468), involving a produced report as veritable (471) and acts done by a few people of normal goal (34) under the Indian Reformatory Code.

The Sen siblings, who hail from Uttarakhand, train under Kumar at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Foundation in Bengaluru, while the complainant runs one more foundation in the city.

The complainant claimed that Kumar conspired with Lakshya's folks to produce a birth endorsement in 2010 and assuming the charges were demonstrated, the star Indian shuttler, who was granted the Arjuna as of late, should forego a ton of his records.

Completely denying the charges, Kumar told PTI: "It is extremely irritating. It is modest stuff. Lakshya has gotten along admirably and has begun preparing again after a break. It is intellectually exceptionally upsetting for him."

The central mentor of Prakash Padukone Badminton Foundation, Kumar further said in an explanation that the charges were "unjustifiable, silly and made with malignant purpose".