Mumbai/New Delhi: Amruta Fadnavis, the spouse of Maharashtra Vice president Priest Devendra Fadnavis, has documented a protest in Mumbai against a creator in an unusual case including charges of dangers and trick.
A lady named “Aniksha” and her dad have been named by Amruta Fadnavis in a First Data Report (FIR) recorded on February 20.
Amruta Fadnavis, a financier, charges that the lady, professing to be a fashioner, attempted to pay off her, offering her ₹ 1 crore to mediate in a crook case including her dad.
The lady supposedly reached Ms Fadnavis first in November 2021.
As indicated by the FIR, Ms Fadnavis said the lady sent her video cuts, voice notes and messages from an obscure number on February 18 and 19.
The Mumbai Police has recorded a body of evidence against the lady and her dad for intrigue and under the Counteraction of Defilement Act.
Ms Fadnavis let the police know that the lady professed to be a “planner of garments, gems and footwear”, as per a report in The Indian Express.
“She mentioned me to wear items planned by her at public occasions, and that this would assist with advancing her garments, adornments and footwear. I felt thoughtful… and said okay,” Ms Fadnavis said.
In their most memorable gathering, the lady had professed to have lost her mom, the FIR says.
It likewise charges the lady frequently gave planner garments and adornments to Ms Fadnavis’ staff and encouraged her to wear them. “Once, she came and gave some creator garments and gems to one of our staff members and mentioned me to wear it at some open occasion. I don’t recall regardless of whether I wore that dress at any occasion. The material was gotten back to her through my staff members or gave as I don’t have ownership of any of her planned garments,” Ms Fadnavis told the police, as per the Express report.
“In one gathering, Aniksha said her dad had close relations with heads of different ideological groups and later gave over a lakhota (paper envelope) to (one of the staff members) training her to give it to me. At the point when I opened it, I tracked down a written by hand note, however since I didn’t comprehend the substance, I kept the paper to the side,” the FIR says.
Ms Fadnavis claimed that the lady once misled her protector and sat in her vehicle. She supposedly told her that her dad had been giving data about bookies to the police. “She (Aniksha) offered they can bring in cash by either training the police to make a legitimate move against the bookies or they could likewise get cash from them by not making any move against them,” the FIR says.
Ms Fadnavis said she halted the vehicle and requested that the lady exit. She likewise said she disregarded calls from her.
The FIR says on February 16 at 9.30 pm, Aniksha reached Ms Fadnavis and enlightened her concerning her dad being blamed for a situation and offered ₹ 1 crore in the event that she saved him. “When that’s what I heard, I detached the call and obstructed her number,” said Ms Fadnavis in her proclamation to the police, as per The Indian Express.