Case registered Against Sapna Choudhary’s Husband Veer Sahu for Violating COVID19 Guidelines

A case has been registered against former Bigg Boss contestant and Haryanvi singer-dancer Sapna Choudhary's husband Veer Sahu, read more to know why!
Case registered Against Sapna Choudhary's Husband Veer Sahu for Violating COVID19 Guidelines

Recently, former Bigg Boss contestant and Haryanvi singer-dancer Sapna Choudhary and her husband Veer Sahu welcomed their baby boy. Sapna’s husband announced the good news on Facebook.

Now, reports are stating that a complaint was filed against Veer Sahu for violating COVID-19 guidelines at Meham Police Station in Haryana. Based on the complaint, a case has now been registered.

In the complaint filed against him, it is allegedly stated that on October 12, Veer Sahu had planned to gather along with his supporters on the Meham Choubi platform without any permission. As per reports, there were around 15-18 cars along with him but before he could reach the decided place, he was informed that there are police vehicles on his way ahead and such a large gathering won’t be permitted.

After this, he and his supporters changed the way and moved towards Farmana bypass. The complaint further added that Sapna’s husband along with his supporters which were around 60-65 people, later gathered at the Farmana bypass. The complaint alleged that none of them who gathered there at the bypass were wearing masks, so they were trying to spread COVID-19.

According to the complaint, a case under Section 188/34 of the IPC and 51B of the Disaster Management Act has been registered against Veer Sahu and his supporters. Further proceedings in the case will however continue.