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Gauahar Khan issues official statement amid claims of violating COVID-19 rules

On Monday, Gauahar Khan's team denied claims after she was booked by the BMC for allegedly violating COVID-19 rules.


On Monday, Gauahar Khan landed into legal trouble after she was booked by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for allegedly violating COVID 19 rules. The actress had reportedly stepped out for a shoot after she tested positive for the novel Coronavirus. Hours later, the actress’s team issued an official statement and denied the claims.

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The actress’s statement said that she has tested negative in multiple reports. Her team also shared Gauahar’s COVID-19 report.

“For everyone sending their best wishes and concern for Gauahar Khan, here’s the latest report. She’s tested negative in multiple reports. She’s a law-abiding citizen and complying with all the norms of BMC. This is to appeal for all the speculation to be put to an end. Gauahar Khan is cooperating with everything that the BMC requires.”

Further, her team said that currently, she is emotionally low and is mourning the loss of her father. “Requesting all the media houses to not indulge in speculation and respect Gauahar’s emotionally lowest low time as she’s just lost her father 10 days ago and she’s going through everything that is expected from her by the BMC. So with folded hands, we want Gauahar’s time to her self, respectfully and let her heart heal in this mourning time,” reported Indian Express.

Here’s the statement:

BMC shared a copy of FIR on their social media, however, they refrained from disclosing the name. The tweet read as, “No Compromise On City’s Safety! BMC has filed an FIR against a Bollywood actor for non-compliance with COVID-19 guidelines on testing positive. The rules apply to all alike and we urge citizens to follow all guidelines and help the city beat the virus. #NaToCorona.”

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