After Nawazuddin Siddiqui was accused of being a Peeping
Tom into the call records of his wife, Aaliya Siddiqui, last night in some sections of the media,
the actor dismissed this off as "random allegations" this
morning with a mere tweet from his handle.
How easy it has become after social media sprayed itself around us for actors to fool the media and their fans by saying whatever they want and whenever they want.
Nawaz With His Wife Aaliya During Happy Times
I have a problem here, and that is how difficult it is to get to the bottom of a story if you have the legs and inclination, if you are true to your job, and importantly true to your countrymen who are frequently being fooled by false perceptions, thanks to the image-building exercises by certain efficient professionals who have built up large teams for the same.
Anyway, the Nawaz tweet read: "Last evening, I was helping my daughter to prepare her school project Hydroelectric Power Generator and went to her school this morning for Project Exhibition. To my surprise, the media had questions about some random allegations on me. #Disgust."
Last evening, I was helping my daughter to prepare her school project Hydroelectric Power Generator & went to her school this morning for Project Exhibition.— Nawazuddin Siddiqui (@Nawazuddin_S) March 10, 2018
To my surprise the media had questions about some random allegations on me #Disgust pic.twitter.com/APPaEK373q
Now all this required was either a phone call
(inclination) and/or a visit to the Thane Police Station from a journalist
worth his salt.
A call to a police inpector Nitin Thakre who is handling this case revealed that all was not well between Nawaz and Aaliya, when Nawaz wanted her call records. "Nawaz didn't turn up yesterday, even though we had called him. He sent some guy who told us that the husband and wife have now patched up," said Nitin Thakre.
"Actually, CDRs (Compact Disc Recordable) are obtained only through authorised investigative agencies. But for that you need some permission from a senior cop. I guess the account was accessible to a constable in our department and he misused that accessibility to get a hard copy of Mrs Siddiqui's call records and handed it over to Nawaz. FYI, we have arrested that constable. We have also arrested a well-known private investigator Rajani Pandit in this matter."
Aren't CDRs obtained through your mobile vendor, say Vodafone or Airtel? "That's right," said Thakre, "But they give that task to authorised investigative agencies."
Nawazuddin Has Been Accused Of Spying On His Wife
It is extremely shameful that Nawaz had to bring his child in this, in an attempt to convince the public. Sorry Nawaz, we busted your jhooth. And for God's sake, don't you ever involve your daughter in the mess that you create. That is disgusting, not those allegations which you read in the media. Clear?
The police further revealed to SpotboyE.com that Nawazuddin sought the details of his wife's call records through his lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui. "Rizwan had come and he has given his statement. Now we await Nawaz to come over and explain."
And what if Nawaz does not turn up? "Usko aana padhega," Thakre shot back. And what about his wife, will she have to come too? "Not really, only if extremely necessary at some point later. All said and done, we are going to investigate this matter," said Thakre, as the conversation drew to a close.
Nawazuddin Sent His Representative To Thane Police Station To Convey All Is Fine Between His Wife And Him
Wait a minuite, we pleaded. One last question, please. Can Nawaz be arrested for the same, Mr Thakre? Pat came the reply: "It will be premature for me to say anything in that regard, but if he is involved in a larger fiasco revolving around these call records, then yes."
The Crime Branch has arrested 11 people so far, involved in the case for obtaining call records by illegal means and then selling it to clients. The racket was being run by private detectives who would use the login details of senior police officers to access call details from mobile network service providers and sell it to clients who would pay anything between Rs 30,000 and 50,000.
Not too long ago, Nawaz was in the news for wrong reasons again when his book An Ordinary Life spelt out some intimate details with his girlfriends Niharika Singh and Sunita Rajwar. We did 3 EXCLUSIVE & EXTENSIVE interviews with Sunita and 1 with Niharika, which we reproduce below:
Image Source: Instagram/ Twitter/ Nawazuddin Siddiqui