New Delhi: A Gurgaon court has issued a notice to cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s family to respond to a domestic violence case filed by Akanksha Sharma, married to Yuvraj’s younger brother Zoravar Singh. Akanksha, who was also a contestant in Big Boss 10, filed the case in August against Zoravar, mother-in-law Shabnam Singh and brother-in-law Yuvraj Singh. The court has given time till October 21 for the cricketer’s family to file a response.
Now a local SDM or lady police officer will investigate this complaint and allegations and a report will be submitted to the concerned court. The court will thereafter take a decision on how to further investigate the matter.
When contacted by CNN-News18, Akanksha Sharma confirmed that she had filed a complaint against Zorawar Singh, Yuvraj Singh and Shabnam Singh.
"Not a single day had gone when I did not go to bed in that house crying," Akanksha said.
She further elaborated about the mental agony she had to undergo and also said that Yuvraj Singh was a mute spectator to all that was happening in the house. The former Big Boss contestant also said that she was forced by her in-laws to stay in Chandigarh for a certain period and that she was not allowed to leave the city.