Honey Singh Domestic Violence Case: The rapper-singer recorded his statement at a Delhi Court on Friday in the domestic violence case filed against him by his wife Shalini Talwar. He assured the court that he will not create any third party rights on his property in UAE. The was regarding a notice issued by the court after Shalini Talwar filed a fresh plea in court.
The court has now removed the status quo order from the case which was issued on September 15, as per reports. Shalini Talwar had asked the court to put restriction on Honey Singh from creating third party rights of his UAE property. The court had also asked Singh to file all documents of his companies which are registered abroad with other details. Singh reportedly did not comply to it.
His lawyer, Rebecca John argued that the court hearing a domestic violence suit cannot pass orders regarding a company. She also said that the court cannot put restraint on business, as per reports.
After listening to the arguments of both sides. Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh recorded the statement of the Singh’s counsel that he won’t create any third party rights or sell his property in UAE. He will also file the company documents. After this assurance, the court vacated the status quo order issued in the last hearing.
The next hearing of the case is scheduled for September 28, 2021.
According to reports, Asia Law Offices’ Rebecca John is representing Honey Singh and is assisted by Pragati Banka, Arjun Parashar, and Ishaan Mukherjee. His wife, Shalini Talwar is represented by Karanjawala & Co. lawyers, Sandeep Kapur, Apoorva Pandey and GG Kashyap.
Talwar had told the court that Singh has several properties abroad due to his earnings via endorsements, shows and others. As per her application, Singh had a General Power of Attorney made in November 19, 2019 registered in United Arab Emirates which gave rights and control over his immovable and movable assets situated in UAE.
She has filed a case against the rapper under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act. The plea stated,” Honey Singh and others also criminally intimidated the applicant (wife), caused her extreme duress and torture. The applicant (wife) has suffered immense pain and hurt from the respondents throughout the marriage.”
“The entire events as stated evidently show that the respondents have indulged in cruelty, physical, mental, sexual, economic and have tortured the Applicant wife immensely. As such the Applicant wife is entitled to a compensation of Rs. 20 Crores from the respondents.”