Bollywood actress Ayesha Takia, her mother-in-law and 7-month pregnant sister-in-law were reportedly harassed by a litigant in an ongoing case. Ayesha’s husband Farhan Azmi took to the micro-blogging site to share the same. In a series of tweets addressed to Mumbai Police, Farhan, who was recently accused of cheating by his former business partner, Kashif Khan, in an FIR lodged with Bandra Police, accused DCP Paramjit Singh Dahiya of illegally freezing Ayesha Takia’s account, ignoring his calls and refusing to hear his complaints.Also Read - Netizens Troll Ayesha Takia For Going Under Knife, Ask 'What Have You Done To Your Face?'
Speaking of what had actually happened, the source close to the Azmi family revealed to Times Now, “Today morning, he (the litigant) somehow got Ayesha’s number. So long he did not have Ayesha’s number. Now he is messaging her on WhatsApp and saying, ‘You and your husband will be in jail very soon. In ten days the Police are going to pick you up’. He’s intimidating her. He’s also intimidating Farhan’s sister who is seven-month pregnant.” Also Read - After Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death, Ayesha Takia Speaks on Being Victim of Workplace Bullying
Talking about the actress’ condition, the source further added, “Of course she’s scared. Her account has been frozen. For what? The FIR is on Farhan. How can you freeze his wife’s account?” Speaking of illegally blocking Ayesha Takia’s account and colluding with the complainant, the source revealed, “There’s an order by Justice Shriram of the (Bombay) High Court in which he has categorically stated that Farhan Azmi is entitled to franchise fee from Café Basilico, Bandra. This man has gone now to the Bandra police station simultaneously when the matter is being heard in court and there’s a hearing on July 28. DCP Dahiya is colluding with him.” ALSO READ: Ayesha Takia’s Husband Farhan Azmi Receives Death Threat For Marrying Her – Read Details Also Read - Ayesha Takia-Farhan Azmi Lend Their Gulf Hotel for COVID-19 Quarantine, Say 'We Are Together During This Time of Crisis'
However, later, Farhan received a call from the Joint Commissioner of police, Deven Bharti, who assured him that no one will touch him or his family. Times Now quoted the source as saying, “(Joint Commissioner of police) Deven Bharti just called Farhan and said, ‘Don’t Worry. No one will touch you. I also insist you go and get a restraining order from the court’.” Watch this space for further updates.