Ex-Bigg Boss Contestant Sapna Choudhary’s Husband Veer Sahu Lands In Legal Trouble; Case Registered For Violating COVID-19 Guidelines

Haryana's Meham Police Station filed a case against Sapna Choudhary's husband Veer Sahu and 65 others for violating coronavirus guidelines

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Ex-Bigg Boss Contestant Sapna Choudhary’s Husband Veer Sahu Lands In Legal Trouble; Case Registered For Violating COVID-19 Guidelines
Days after welcoming his baby boy, former Bigg Boss contestant Sapna Choudhary’s husband Veer Sahu has been booked for violating COVID-19. It was just a few days back Veer had shut down some trolls in his live Facebook video, who slammed Veer and wife Sapna for having a baby without marriage. For the unversed, Sapna and Veer tied the knot in January 2020, in a hush-hush wedding. As the duo didn’t make an official announcement of their wedding, Veer’s baby announcement sparked an outrage on social media.

Now according to a report in Zee News, Veer has been booked for violating COVID-19 rules when he arrived at Haryana’s Meham chow with his supporters. Soon after witnessing Police on the spot Veer and his supporters left the chowk. However later Veer again went live on Facebook and challenged him and things got heated up between the two. Haryana's Meham Police Station later filed a case against Sapna Choudhary's husband Veer and 65 others for violating coronavirus guidelines.

The users allegedly got into a fight on Facebook after FB users used controversial comments for Veer’s newborn. After announcing the arrival for their little one, Veer was later seen fuming in his Insta live video where he said, “Today, not an artist but a common man is speaking who has been tortured for his personal life. I have the list of everyone who is accounted for it." 


During his live session, Veer was heard saying, “People's interference in anyone's personal life is not right. We have married on our own free will, people should not make any difference from it.” 




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