Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s brother addresses niece’s sexual harassment claims, says she is ‘instigated’

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's niece has filed a police complaint against younger brother Minaz alleging sexual harassment as a kid.

Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has remained eerily quiet amidst all the controversies surrounding his family. Now Nawaz’s brother Shamas has come out to address the accusations made by their niece. Speaking to Times of India Shamas explained, “She is the daughter of our brother who stays in Dehradun. She ran away from home at a minor age and married a boy; my brother had then filed a missing complaint to the connected police station. The matter was then taken to the High Court and is pending since 2018.”

Shamas also questioned why Nawaz’s name was being dragged when the allegations are against their younger brother Minaz. He said, “She had made the allegations against my younger brother Minaz in her previous statement but there was clearly no mention of Nawazuddin Siddiqui. But now she is involving Nawaz Bhai.” He believes that she is being instigated by someone to do this.

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Defending his brother Shamas explained, “How can you defame one person so much? We have as many as 400 relatives if something happens in our village so you’ll take Nawaz bhai’s name? His name is being abused. She has stated that Bade papa (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) knew about the abuse whereas Nawaz Bhai is not related, he hardly ever goes to Dehradun.”
He also revealed that Nawaz is already embroiled in controversy so their niece is taking advantage of that and doing this illegal thing. He said, “Aaliya and Nawaz bhai are already in controversy and now she (niece) is being instigated to do the illegal thing. He also revealed that his niece and her husband have Rs 20000 fine levied on them apart from her husband also being charged with the POCSO Act.

Shamas is now planning to take a legal route once the lockdown is lifted. “I believe in legal procedures and not media trials,” he concluded.

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