39 yrs old women arrested from hyderabad by oshiwara police for issuing death and rape threats to actress Salma Agha’s daughter, Zara Khan.
Mumbai – Indradev Pandey
The Oshiwara police have arrested a woman based in Hyderabad for allegedly issuing death threats to veteran actress Salma Agha’s daughter by posing as a man on social media platforms.
According to the complainant Zara Khan the woman who is a MBA aspirant had been writing absurd messages on Khan’s Instagram profile and photos posted by her and also giving her threats of raping and killing her. The officers said that Khan approached the police and registered a case against a man who had been harassing her on Instagram. Dayanand Bangar, Senior police inspector of Oshiwara police station said that an FIR has been registered under section IPC 354 (A) , 354 (D), 509, 506, 506 (2) Information Technology Act 67 (A) after registering an FIR they set out on a manhunt for a man who had not just given a threat to Khan but other women also.
“When we contacted Cyber experts they recoeved IP addresses of two laptops which were used to create Instagran profiles. Later we also recovered a mobile IP address,” said a police officer investigating the case. The officers recovered the address of the mobile number which led them to Hyderabad.
“When we reached the address we found a woman named Noha Sarovar who had been posing a man and threatening Khan and other women,” said the officer.
After presenting Sarovar in a local court in Huderabad, the court had ordered her to present herself in Oshiwara police station for investigations. When Sarovar failed to turn up on her own, a team of officers arrested her and brought her to Mumbai.
Sarovar had been threatened by a man earlier and used the same tactic to threaten other women on Instagram by creating fale profiles using different Email IDs for One Time Password option while opening those accounts.
Sarovar has been arrested for threatening Khan and the police are now finding out how many other woman have been a victim of her threats. today we produce the accused in court where court sent accused 2 days police custody