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A case of house trespass has been resgitered against unidentified persons for allegedly trailing an acquaintance of Latika Dikshit, daughter of former CM Sheila Dikshit, police said today.

According to police, complainant Shashi Kant Sharma had told police that on November 18, when he had stepped out with Manish Chaudhary from Latika's house at Hailey Road, his vehicle was trailed by two bike-borne men till Khan Market.



Sharma alleged that since they were suspicious of the two men and sensed a danger to Latika's life, they returned to her residence located on Hailey Road, police said.

In his complaint, Sharma said he had also seen some people standing outside Latika's residence in a car when he had left her home.

Expressed suspicion, he alleged that the men could be the henchmen of Syed Mohammad Imran, Latika's husband who was arrested by Police on charges of theft, adultery and misappropriating his wife's property on November 11.

Sharma said he is one of the witnesses in the case and there is a threat to him and another person.

Also, he alleged that Latika had also called him saying that a few men had come outside her house and were asking for her, police said.

"A case was registered under sections 451 (House-trespass in order to commit offence punishable with imprisonment) and 120B (Punishment of criminal conspiracy) IPC has been registered at Barakhamba Road police station. After a complaint was given, inquiry was conducted and an FIR was registered," said a senior police officer.

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Case against unidentified persons for trespassing Latika's

A case of house trespass has been resgitered against unidentified persons for allegedly trailing an acquaintance of Latika Dikshit, daughter of former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit, police said today. According to police, complainant Shashi Kant Sharma had told police that on November 18, when he had stepped out with Manish Chaudhary from Latika's house at Hailey Road, his vehicle was trailed by two bike-borne men till Khan Market. Sharma alleged that since they were suspicious of the two men and sensed a danger to Latika's life, they returned to her residence located on Hailey Road, police said. In his complaint, Sharma said he had also seen some people standing outside Latika's residence in a car when he had left her home. Expressed suspicion, he alleged that the men could be the henchmen of Syed Mohammad Imran, Latika's husband who was arrested by Delhi Police on charges of theft, adultery and misappropriating his wife's property on November 11. Sharma said he is one of the ... A case of house trespass has been resgitered against unidentified persons for allegedly trailing an acquaintance of Latika Dikshit, daughter of former CM Sheila Dikshit, police said today.

According to police, complainant Shashi Kant Sharma had told police that on November 18, when he had stepped out with Manish Chaudhary from Latika's house at Hailey Road, his vehicle was trailed by two bike-borne men till Khan Market.

Sharma alleged that since they were suspicious of the two men and sensed a danger to Latika's life, they returned to her residence located on Hailey Road, police said.

In his complaint, Sharma said he had also seen some people standing outside Latika's residence in a car when he had left her home.

Expressed suspicion, he alleged that the men could be the henchmen of Syed Mohammad Imran, Latika's husband who was arrested by Police on charges of theft, adultery and misappropriating his wife's property on November 11.

Sharma said he is one of the witnesses in the case and there is a threat to him and another person.

Also, he alleged that Latika had also called him saying that a few men had come outside her house and were asking for her, police said.

"A case was registered under sections 451 (House-trespass in order to commit offence punishable with imprisonment) and 120B (Punishment of criminal conspiracy) IPC has been registered at Barakhamba Road police station. After a complaint was given, inquiry was conducted and an FIR was registered," said a senior police officer.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Case against unidentified persons for trespassing Latika's

A case of house trespass has been resgitered against unidentified persons for allegedly trailing an acquaintance of Latika Dikshit, daughter of former CM Sheila Dikshit, police said today.

According to police, complainant Shashi Kant Sharma had told police that on November 18, when he had stepped out with Manish Chaudhary from Latika's house at Hailey Road, his vehicle was trailed by two bike-borne men till Khan Market.

Sharma alleged that since they were suspicious of the two men and sensed a danger to Latika's life, they returned to her residence located on Hailey Road, police said.

In his complaint, Sharma said he had also seen some people standing outside Latika's residence in a car when he had left her home.

Expressed suspicion, he alleged that the men could be the henchmen of Syed Mohammad Imran, Latika's husband who was arrested by Police on charges of theft, adultery and misappropriating his wife's property on November 11.

Sharma said he is one of the witnesses in the case and there is a threat to him and another person.

Also, he alleged that Latika had also called him saying that a few men had come outside her house and were asking for her, police said.

"A case was registered under sections 451 (House-trespass in order to commit offence punishable with imprisonment) and 120B (Punishment of criminal conspiracy) IPC has been registered at Barakhamba Road police station. After a complaint was given, inquiry was conducted and an FIR was registered," said a senior police officer.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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