One of the most popular TikTokers Riyaz Aly, who turned 17 this year, has landed in a legal trouble. Mumbai lawyer Ali Kaashif Khan has filed an online police complaint against him for driving a car without license. It all started when Aly posted a video on his Instagram story where he was spotted driving a car on the main road while enjoying music. The advocate brought this stint into the notice of Mumbai Police and later filed a written complaint against him.
Talking about this complainant, Ali Kaashif Khan told SpotboyE.com, "Riyaz Aly, who has millions of followers on his social media, has been time and again provoking people to break laws in the country. At first, he made an April fool video stating 'Corona has gone away, people can freely roam, everything is back to normal' despite the Home Minister of Maharashtra's strict warning not to make any April fool video on COVID-19. Now, Riyaz Aly has gone one step ahead by openly promoting law breaking tactics to the innocent followers, as he is already known to be underage (17) and has taken a video of him driving without having a valid license. Since underage children cannot have a valid driving license, he cannot drive a car legally." Also read: Riyaz Aly, Jannat Zubair, Nisha Guragian And More: Top 5 TikTok Stars In India And Their Massive Net Worth
He added, "I have lodged a complaint with the concerned traffic authorities to take stringent action against the so-called influencer Riyaz Aly as well as the owner of the car and have requested further to cancel the registration of the said car." Also read: TikTok Stars Riyaz Aly, Jannat Zubair, Mr Faisu In Trouble Over TikTok Ban In India? Could Lose Over 100 Million Followers When Chinese App Goes Kaput
Riyaz is currently making headlines for his recent song 'Chocolate' with rumoured girlfriend Avneet Kaur.
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