Case against unidentified men for trespassing Latika Dikshit’s house

A senior police officer of New Delhi district confirmed that an FIR has been registered at Barakhamba Road police station.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:December 2, 2016 5:25 am
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Delhi Police have registered a case of house trespass against unknown persons after a complaint was filed by an acquaintance of Latika Dikshit, daughter of former chief minister Sheila Dikshit. Police said the complainant, Shashi Kant Sharma, told them that on November 18, his vehicle was trailed by two men on a bike till Khan Market after he left Latika’s Hailey Road house.

A senior police officer of New Delhi district confirmed that an FIR has been registered at Barakhamba Road police station.

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Police said Sharma and his friend were suspicious of the two men and returned to Latika’s residence.

In his complaint, Sharma said he had also seen some men in a car waiting outside Latika’s house when he had left her home. “Sharma expressed suspicion that the men could be linked to Syed Mohammad Imran, Latika’s husband. He was arrested by Delhi Police on charges of theft and misappropriating his wife’s property last month,” said an officer.

Sharma also alleged that Latika had called him, saying that a few men had come to her house and were looking for her, police said. “A case was registered under sections 451 (house-trespass in order to commit offence punishable with imprisonment) and 120B (punishment of criminal conspiracy) of the IPC,” said an officer.