New Delhi: Indian cricket team star batsman Virat Kohli And his Bollywood star wife Anushka Sharma has shown a big heart. Virat and Anushka have forgiven a person against whom they had filed a case. A case was registered against Kohli and Anushka’s daughter Vamika for allegedly threatening her with rape on social media. Now the Bombay High Court has canceled the FIR lodged against this accused because Kohli and Anushka have given their consent for the same.
In the T20 World Cup 2021, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, India had to face defeat from Pakistan. After this defeat, the entire Indian team including Kohli was heavily criticized on social media. Kohli and his wife Anushka were especially being trolled. Meanwhile, a tweet also came about his 11-month-old daughter, in which she was threatened with rape.
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Virat-Anushka agreed to cancel the case
On 8 November 2021, on behalf of Kohli and Sharma, their manager Akila D’Souza had filed a case against the accused. Now on Tuesday, April 11, the Division Bench of Justice AS Gadkari and Justice PD Naik in the Bombay High Court ordered the cancellation of the FIR after Kohli and Sharma’s manager’s consent.
According to the report of Livelaw, this accused named Ramnagesh Akubatini had written a letter to Kohli and Sharma on 5 April 2023 and requested to give consent to cancel the case against him.
The star couple found the request of the accused correct and gave their consent to cancel the FIR. Ramnagesh then gave an affidavit in front of the court, in which he mentioned the consent received from Kohli and Sharma. At the same time, the manager of both issued a no objection certificate on behalf of the couple.
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The case happened in November 2021
In November 2021, a case was registered against Ramnagesh under sections 354 (sexual harassment), 506 (criminal intimidation), 500 (defamation) and 201 (erasing evidence) of the IPC. Apart from this, a case was also registered under the IT Act. Then on 11 November 2021, the Mumbai Police arrested him.
In February 2022, Ramnagesh filed an appeal in the Bombay High Court to quash the FIR. In this, the accused had said that he is a pass out from IIT Hyderabad and has been a prodigious student. He also presented a letter from his employer as well. Along with this, it was also said in his appeal that he wants to go abroad for Masters degree but due to FIR this is not possible. He also claimed that there is no clear evidence against him.
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