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Arshi Khan accuses Radhe Maa and Sanjeev Gupta of Global Advertisers of staging “fake raid” in collusion with Pune police 

In a startling revelation, speaking to a news agency via telephone, beleaguered model and actress Arshi Khan has accused god woman Radhe Maa and her promoter business man Sanjeev Gupta – owner of Global Advertisers of masterminding and staging a fake raid in collusion with the Pune police and agents Krushna Kafale and Vipul Dahal to falsely implicate her in a fake sex racket case.

Human Rights Commission Issues Notices to Pune Police in Arshi Khan’s matter

Meanwhile, acting on a complaint by Arshi Khan’s lawyers, the Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC) has issued notices to the Pune Police Commissioner, the Sr PI – Pune Crime Branch and an official of a Woman’s Rehab Home in Pune. While NHRC officials refused to officially confirm, sources said the notices were issued on Thursday afternoon. A lawyer speaking on behalf of Arshi Khan said that since the notices are not public yet, as they have been sent in sealed envelopes,  officials may not be willing to go on record in the matter. The NHRC is trying to ascertain facts of the case. Once they have the “say” of the police in the matter, both parties could be summoned officially, Arshi Khan’s lawyer told IndiaNewsNetwork.IN.

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