Singer Mika Singh Gets Relief in Assault Case
In a major relief to Bollywood and Punjabi singer Mika Singh, a court here on Tuesday allowed the complainant's plea seeking to settle an assault case against the singer.
File photo of singer Mika Singh.
New Delhi: In a major relief to Bollywood and Punjabi singer Mika Singh, a court here on Tuesday allowed the complainant's plea seeking to settle an assault case against the singer.
Metropolitan Magistrate Sujit Saurabh allowed Mika Singh, 38, and a doctor who alleged that the singer slapped him during a live musical concert in Inderpuri area here in April 2015, to settle the issue.
The court observed that the case is of compoundable nature.
The singer was charged with voluntarily causing hurt and wrongful restraint, which he has denied.
A live wire performer, Mika is known for hits like Sawan mein lag gaye aag, Mauja hi mauja, Dhanno, Dhinka chika, Desi beat, Subah hone na de, Pungi, Chinta ta ta and Main tere agal bagal hun.
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