New Delhi: Rehnuma Bhati, wife of suspected gangster and alleged henchman of Dawood Ibrahim, Riyaz Bhati, has alleged that he forced her to have sex with his business associates and other ‘high-profile’ people.
Rehnuma registered a complaint at Mumbai’s Santacruz Police Station on September 24 in which she accused cricketers Munaf Patel and Hardik Pandya, Congress leader Rajiv Shukla and a person named Prithviraj Kothari of rape-molestaation.
As per news agency ANI, ever since the complaint was registered, police are verifying allegations but no FIR has been registered yet.
Rehnuma Bhati,wife of Riyaz Bhati(alleged close aide of Dawood Ibrahim) registered complaint at Mumbai’s Santacruz PS on Sept 24 alleging rape-molestation by Riyaz Bhati,Munaf Patel,Rajeev Shukla,Hardik Pandya&Prithviraj Kothari. Police verifying allegations,no FIR registered yet
— ANI (@ANI) November 12, 2021
Riyaz Bhati, who is reportedly absconding at present, has a long-standing criminal record and is reportedly facing several counts of extortion, forgery and land-grabbing. Bhati is accused of extortion from bars and restaurant owners in Mumbai.
According to a report in ThePrint, Bhati’s wife Rehnuma in her application accused her husband of marital rape, forcing her to have sex with her husband’s friends, business associates and other high-profile people. In another serious allegation, Rehnuma claimed if she refused, Riyaz threatened to kill their two children.
The application, as per reported by ThePrint, states that Riyaz Bhati forced his wife to have physical relations with a man in 2011-2012, Munaf Patel, and also Hardik Pandya. She also wrote in the complaint application that Hardik Pandya and two his friends “committed unnatural sex acts under the influence of alcohol and drugs”.
“I have been trying to get police to register an FIR, but they are not complying. My application was submitted in September, it is already November now,” Rehnuma said, according to ThePrint.
“I have followed up with various levels of police authorities multiple times. I was told to give some money, but why should I spread corruption? I am right in my place.”
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