Payal Rohatgi is seen often inviting controversies and true her way. The actress who is known for making shocking statements on public platforms like Twitter and Instagram did something similar recently when she tweeted about Safoora Zargar who is pregnant and has been locked inside Delhi Jail for blocking a road. Safoora has been denied bail thrive now and the matter has already created an uproar. Now a police complaint against Payal has been filed for promoting enmity between different groups on the grounds of religion and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony by using social media.
Advocate Ali Kaashif Khan has filed a police complaint against the actress after her abusive tweets at Amboli police station in Mumbai. Confirming the news to us he said, "I had already filed a Criminal Complaint against Payal Rohatgi in the Oshiwara police station for registration of FIR which is now pending before sessions court at Dindoshi, Mumbai, the court took cognizance had issued her summons and once the lockdown ends she has to be present before the said court.
He further stated, "Despite the same, she has no fear of law, she has no respect for the law of land, she doesn't believe in the constitution of India, thereby only spreading hate against Muslim community, making religious disruption, agitating Hindu Muslim hatred and war in the country."
"She has no work in Bollywood so she is breaking the integrity, brotherhood, harmony in our country by breaking several laws and having no respect whatsoever." He concluded.
When we contacted Payal to know her side the actress said, "This man is a wannabe who wants publicity. He has tried this nonsense before as he is a FAKE lawyer. He tried to trap me with my opinion on Zaira Wasim quitting Bollywood. Everyone can have an opinion in India not only Muslims. I have not mocked Muslims in general but a particular Muslim terrorist Safoora Zargar whose pregnancy is the bone of contention who calls our PM a terrorist after burning Delhi. Rest you can talk to my lawyer".
Ali had filed similar complaints against her last year in August for allegedly posting malicious content.