Former Delhi CM Sheila Dixit's son-in-law arrested for domestic assault

Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit’s son-in-law Syed Muhammed Imran has been arrested under the Domestic Violence Act.

Published: 13th November 2016 12:40 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th November 2016 06:17 PM   |  A+A-


Sheila Dikshit | PTI

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: Former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dixit's son-in-law Imran was arrested on charges of domestic violence at Ulsoor in Bengaluru, recently.

Imran was married to Sheila Dixit's daughter Lathika and the couple were separated some time back. Imran was living alone in city for the past 10 months

According to police, Imran had allegedly assaulted Lathika in Delhi, where she was living. A complaint was filed in Delhi's Barakhamba police station soon after the incident, following which, the Delhi police arrested him on November 7. Further, the police produced him before Bengaluru local court and took a transit warrant.

"We did not have any information about Delhi police looking out for Imran or his whereabouts in the city. We came to know about the incident only when Delhi police produced him before the court, seeking transit warrant of the accused. Imran is in Delhi police custody. We were also informed that Imran was arrested on the charges of domestic violence and cheating. We also didn't know where he lived," said the Ulsoor police.

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