Two girls got into a fight over a bike parked in a parking lot in Mumbai’s Khar area.
In this case, Khar police registered an FIR and arrested the owner of Arbab Hotel Faiz Kadawala and his brother.
The main accused in this case is Aaya Kadawala who is Faiz’s sister. According to the information, the name of Faiz Kadawala, owner of Arbab Hotel in Bandra has again come under controversy. It is said that late Friday night, Faiz’s sister got into a fight with a girl named Anju Soni. According to information from police sources, Anju and her brothers had gone to the Subway Hotel in Khar for dinner on Friday night. When Anju came out after having dinner, it was found that someone had hit her bike in the parking lot.
Anju immediately told this to her brother. “When I told my brother about the accident, the brother said that let it happen, we were collecting the damaged piece of the bike, when a girl got down from the car which hit my bike and started abusing. My brother told that girl that you should say sorry, in that the girl started threatening us that you do not know who we are in Bandra, you will make people disappear, I will call my brother now, “Anju told. According to the information, there was a fight between Faiz’s sister Haya and Anju, when Haya’s mobile fell and broke.
According to Anju, after sometime Faiz and his brother came to the spot and started abusing Anju badly. Not only this, Faiz’s brother called and called the goons.”The goons snatched my gold chain and bike keys from my neck and forcibly kidnapped me and my brother in a car and took them to Arbaab Hotel, where Faiz and his sister started threatening to kill me,” Anju told BB.
“They all started abusing and assaulting the complainant woman and her cousin brother. The accused took away her gold chain and two-wheeler and bundled her into their car. They drove to a hotel in Bandra where they again abused and threatened the woman,” the official said quoting the First Information Report (FIR). The police registered a case in this case by imposing different sections on 8 people.