Jacqueline Fernandez Files Complaint Against Conman Sukes Over Targeted Intimidation & Safety Threats

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Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez has lodged a complaint against Sukesh Chandrashekhar, an alleged conman, charging that he threatened and harassed her from jail. She filed the complaint against Sukesh Chandrashekhar with Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora, as reported by the Indian Express. Jacqueline also wrote a letter regarding the same to the Special Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch). An investigation into the complaint has been requested to be started by a specialised team. 

She sent a letter to the police chief a few days ago with the subject mentioned as “systemic failure in prosecution witness protection.”

In the letter, the Bollywood celebrity wrote, “I am responsible citizen, who has found herself inadvertently embroiled in a case that has far-reaching implications for the rule of law and the sanctity of our judicial system. As a prosecution witness in a case registered by the special cell, I write to you amidst a harrowing ordeal of psychological pressure and targeted intimidation campaigns. A man identifying himself as Sukesh is an accused, sitting behind bars in Mandoli Jail, and threatening her with intimidating tactics in open public domain.”

Jacqueline wrote to the police commissioner, pleading for him to step in right away. She claimed that it puts her safety in danger and calls into question the fairness of the court system. In order to safeguard herself as a prosecution witness in a case under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA), she recommended that an FIR under sections of the IPC be filed against the con artist Sukesh.

She further added in her letter, “These actions do not merely impinge upon my individual rights; they strike at the heart of our justice system. The principle of witness protection, which is fundamental to the administration of justice, has been compromised, undermining the credibility and efficacy of our legal institutions. It is imperative that all communication channels available to the accused be scrutinised and stringent measures be implemented to prevent further abuse.”