Armaan Kohli's girlfriend Neeru Randhawa withdraws assault case after resolving matter among themselves

Bollywood actor Armaan Kohli’s girlfriend Neeru Randhawa has reportedly withdrawn the case of assault towards him mere hours after his arrest.

India TV reports that Armaan’s lawyer, Lakshmi Raman, instructed Justice of the Peace Pragati Yerlekar at Bandra court docket that the 2 had resolved the matter amongst themselves.

Armaan Kohli and Neeru Randhawa,. Picture through Instagram

Nonetheless, an FIR can solely be withdrawn with the court docket’s permission and regardless of her withdrawal, the case will proceed as stipulated.

The arrest by Santacruz police got here on a complaint filed on 4 June by the 35-year-old mannequin. Based mostly on her assertion, Armaan was booked beneath sections 323 (punishment for voluntarily inflicting damage), 504 (intentional insult with intent to impress breach of the peace) and 506 (punishment for felony intimidation) and different related sections of the Indian Penal Code.

In keeping with the complainant, she was in a relationship with Armaan for previous three years they usually used to remain collectively in a flat in suburban Santacruz. The duo had an argument over some financial concern at their residence on Sunday night (of June 3) and throughout the altercation, he allegedly pushed the lady and he or she fell from the steps, in keeping with the grievance. The accused then pulled her hair and banged her head on the ground, the lady has alleged. She has added that she suffered head and knee accidents within the incident, and was admitted to a hospital by her driver.

Armaan has appeared in a number of movies like Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani and made his final huge display screen look in LOC: Kargil in 2003. He gained reputation after that includes on famous person Salman Khan-hosted actuality TV present Bigg Boss Season 7.

With inputs from PTI

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