Nawazuddin Sidiqqui accused of spying on estranged wife, summoned by police


The actor has been summoned in a Call Detail Record (CDR) case. According to statements by some of the accused, Siddiqui had allegedly acquired Call Detail Records of his wife's phone through an advocate by hiring a private sleuth to keep an eye on her contacts and whereabouts.

Following the media frenzy over such reports, Nawazuddin took his stance to Twitter calling all accusations as "random allegations".

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Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Abhishek Trimukhi told media persons that the three had been called after some of the arrested had told police that an advocate had obtained CDRs of the actor's wife from private detectives. Police are investigating an inter-state CDR (call detail record) racket run by private detectives in Mumbai and Thane. The actor's lawyer is said to have obtained the CDR with the help of one Prashant Palekar who was arrested by Thane crime branch last month. Thane Police is probing the case in which private individuals through detectives managed to get their hands on confidential CDRs of people they were interested in the police said.

The Police claimed that the actor failed to mark his presence whereas Nawaz has dismissed the idea of being summoned altogether. The summon was issued nearly a week ago, and he had assured us that he would come on March 9.

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During interrogation, the accused have revealed that they would use user ID and passwords of Police officers illegally to obtain CDR for their clients and would sell it for Rs. 30,000-50,000.

The CDR racket was unearthed on January 24 when police, acting on a tip off, nabbed four private detectives from Kalwa in the district.

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