Actress Payal Rohatgi detained in Ahmedabad by Rajasthan Police over 'objectionable' comments on Nehru family

Earlier in December, a notice was served to Payal Rohatgi for allegedly posting an objectionable video relating to former prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi.

Asian News International December 15, 2019 16:15:35 IST
Actress Payal Rohatgi detained in Ahmedabad by Rajasthan Police over 'objectionable' comments on Nehru family
  • Payal Rohatgi was detained by Rajasthan Police from her Ahmedabad residence on Sunday allegedly for her comment on former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

  • Earlier in December, a notice was served to the actor for allegedly posting an objectionable video relating to former prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi.

  • According to sources, a police team led by an Inspector rank official has detained her. She is likely to be produced in Court on Monday.

Bundi: Model and actress Payal Rohatgi was detained by Rajasthan Police from her Ahmedabad residence on Sunday allegedly for her comment on former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

"Payal Rohatgi has been detained.  (A) case (has been)registered," said SP Mamta Gupta.

According to sources, a police team led by an Inspector rank official has detained her. She is likely to be produced in Court on Monday.

Earlier in December, a notice was served to the actor for allegedly posting an objectionable video relating to former prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi.

"Rajasthan Youth Congress general secretary Charmesh Sharma has filed a complaint stating Payal Rohtagi has posted an objectionable video about JL Nehru, Indira Gandhi on Facebook on 1 September. During the investigation, our team reached her residence in Mumbai. Later, we met Rohtagi at her parent's home in Gujarat. We have given her the notice to file a reply in the case," Lokendra Paliwal, Investigating Officer, Sadar Police Station, Bundi had told ANI.

The complaint was filed by Sharma in October at Bundi Sadar police station, following which the police registered a case under 66 and 67 of the IT Act. Rohtagi had also posted a video on the social media apologising over the matter.

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