Nawazuddin Siddiqui Expresses Disgust Over Allegations Of Spying On Wife

| March 10 , 2018 , 16:55 IST

Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui finds a way back into the headlines somehow. After creating an unprecedented uproar with his memoir, the 43-year-old was summoned by Thane Police for investigations in the Call Data Record case on Friday.

The Police claimed that the actor failed to mark his presence whereas Nawaz has dismissed the idea of being summoned altogether. The actor's name came forward when the cops caught 11 people involved in the Call Detail Records scam for allegedly spying on his wife.

The actor has been alleged of acquiring his wife's call records through an advocate by hiring private detectives. "One of the accused has revealed the name of Siddiqui during interrogation. We have issued summons to him, but he has failed to appear before us for investigations," Thane Crime Branch Senior Police Inspector Nitin Thakare said.

Following the media frenzy over such reports, Nawazuddin took his stance to Twitter calling all accusations as "random allegations". He criticised the media for straining his name by questioning his involvement in the case when he was accompanying his daughter.

Posting some pictures from his daughter's school, he wrote, "Last evening, I was helping my daughter to prepare her school project Hydroelectric Power Generator and went to her school this morning for Project Exhibition. To my surprise, the media had questions about some random allegations on me #Disgust."

The CDR racket was being run by private detectives who would use the login details of senior police officers to access call details from mobile network service providers and sell it to clients who would pay anything between Rs 30,000 and 50,000.