Actress Dimple Hayathi, who was recently seen in Ram Banam, denied the charges of intentionally damaging the official vehicle of the IPS officer, saying that using power doesn’t stop any mistake.
Dimple Hayathi took to her Twitter account to talk about the compliant against her filed by the driver of the officer this morning. The Ram Banam actress tweeted, “Using power doesn’t stop any mistake. 😂 Misuse of power doesn’t hide mistakes .. 😂 . #satyamevajayathe.”
The actress added, Whatever is the ongoing issue, I understand the concern of my fans and media, and I thank everyone for your cooperation and support I haven’t given any official statements so far, hence, I would request you’ll to wait in patience. Till then the concerned legal team shall revert back about the deal soon.”
Talking to the media, her lawyer said that it was a false case filed to harass her. “It’s a false allegation. He was afraid because he was given a warning that a case would be filed against him, if he doesn’t correct himself. Using his driver, he got filed a petty case. Why cement bricks and traffic triangles came into the apartment parking area? It is only a case filed to harass her,” her advocate told the media.
Dimple Hayathi and her male friend were accused of intentionally damaging the police vehicle of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic-I) Rahul Hegde which was parked in the cellar of an apartment in the posh Jubilee Hills area, according to the complaint lodged by the driver of the DCP.
The head constable-cum-driver in a complaint said they were regularly parking the car in the allotted parking place in the apartment cellar, and alleged that they were frequently obstructing their way. On May 14, they intentionally damaged the car while taking their vehicle in reverse, said a police officer.
After damaging the car, the actor deliberately kicked the traffic cones which were placed beside the vehicle, the complainant said adding it has been recorded in the CCTV camera. The video featuring the incident has gone viral on the social media Following the incident, the driver lodged a complaint and based on it, the police registered a case on May 17 under IPC sections 341 (wrongful restraint), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 279 (rash driving) against the actor and her friend, the official said.