She alleged that there, Santokh raped her in his vehicle, on the pretext of taking her to her boyfriend.
According to a report in Dainik Bhaskar, the woman, who is a resident in Jalandhar, had said in her complaint that she had a fight with her boyfriend Lucky Sandhu aka Randhir Singh Sandhu whom she had been dating for the past 12 years. She then lodged a police complaint on 19th May that led a case against him.
The assistant sub-inspector informed that the women claimed that she didn't talk to anyone out of fear but when she consulted her friends she chose to come out in the open and on May 19 she filed a police complaint against Santokh.
Santokh is now absconding, Investigating officer, Inspector Harpreet Kaur confirmed.
The woman said that Singh threatened to kill her if ever she opens her mouth about the incident and dropped her back at her friend's place. The news has really left everyone shocked and Shehnaaz Gill's brother said that justice will be served to his father.
"We are disturbed at the moment but we know that nothing will happen to my father as we have proof that she is lying". As per reports, the police are investigating and have checked the CCTV surveillance while they have arranged the recordings for the same.
When asked if they are planning to travel to Punjab to be with their family at this time, Shehbaz told the publication, "For now, we are very much in Mumbai and don't have any such plans". He added that he is busy with calls since morning and hoped that media would co-operate with them.
Shehnaaz was the second runner-up on Bigg Boss 13. Her bonding with Sidharth Shukla was one of the highlights of her journey on the reality show.
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