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Mumbai Businessman Arrested in Zeenat Aman Alleged Rape Case

Zeenat Aman had filed a case of molestation by the same businessman in January this year.

Mumbai Businessman Arrested in Zeenat Aman Alleged Rape Case
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Mumbai Businessman Arrested in Zeenat Aman Alleged Rape Case
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2018-03-23T16:47:17+05:30

Zeenat Aman files rape case against Mumbai-based businessman on Thursday for allegedly raping her. The case was filed at Juhu police station.

“The accused has been arrested and produced in local court. The matter has been handed over to the Crime Branch. The investigation is on," DCP Crime Nisar Tamboli told PTI.

Zeenat Aman had filed a case of molestation by the same businessman in January this year. In the fresh complaint filed yesterday, Aman, 68, accused Khanna of sexual assault and cheating her of Rs 15.40 crore on the pretext of finalising a property deal, the official said.

The alleged incidents took place between 2010 and 2015, he said, adding that the case was transferred to Crime Branch Unit IX for further investigation.

Khanna has been booked under various sections of the IPC, including for rape and cheating, he added.

With PTI Inputs

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