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Title : The Newshour Debate: Preity Zinta and Ness Wadia Mess - Full Debate (16th June 2014)
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Bollywood actress Preity Zinta, who is also co-owner of Kings XI Punjab cricket team, filed a police complaint against her former boyfriend and businessman Ness Wadia, alleging that he molested, abused and threatened her inside Wankhede stadium in south Mumbai, on May 30 during a match between KingsXI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings. She gave a written complaint following which an FIR was registered against Wadia under IPC sections 354 (Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation) and 509 (Word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman). The actress and the businessman had broken their five-year long relationship sometime back. Narrating what transpired on May 30, Zinta said Wadia began "shouting and yelling" at team's support staff and, when she tried to calm him down, as her team was playing well, "for no reason he started abusing and screaming at me, grabbed my arm and tried to pull me by hand". A source close to Wadia said the industrialist had booked 14 odd seats in Garware Pavilion and got angry when he saw his mother Maureen Wadia standing as all seats had been occupied by Zinta and her guests. Wadia then got engaged in an argument with the actress over lack of courtesy being shown to his elderly mother "which has now been twisted and turned into a molestation case". Zinta's complaint, however, has no mention of this. The actress said Wadia abused her on the ground and said things which were "demeaning for my reputation and character" and, as it happened in front of so many people, "it has really disturbed me and caused immense damage to my reputation and character". The actress also said she had lodged a verbal complaint with BCCI officials. In a Facebook post, Zinta said she had to take the "stern step" as the incident took place in front of "way too many people" and hoped the police will do their job "fairly and quickly". Calling it a "fight for respect at my workplace", the actress said she had truth by her side but was saddened that "no one at work or around ever stood up for me in the past when I was abused and insulted publicly."

Ness Wadia said he was shocked by the allegations and termed them as "false and baseless". Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria said, "Offence has been registered. We are trying to collect evidence like the statements of those involved and CCTV footage". Though the Mumbai Police has recorded statements of two persons in connection with the incident, but is unable to reach the Bollywood actress as she is out of the country. However, police did not reveal the identity of the two persons and remained tight-lipped on what emerged in their statements. "After collecting some substantial evidence, we will summon Wadia," he said. The investigators also asked the actress to provide emails exchanged between her and her former boyfriend, which the police said, would throw some light to understand the long simmering differences between the complainant and Wadia. Mumbai police recorded statements of IPL CEO Sundar Raman and Wankhede Stadium staff and sources at Marine Drive police station said Raman, several players of IPL team Kings XI Punjab, their support staff and officials of Wankhede Stadium were claimed to have been present when the alleged incident took place and their statements will be recorded. The Maharashtra State Women's Rights Commission has given the city police a 24-hour ultimatum to arrest Wadia.

In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Hitesh Jain, Counsel for Preity Zinta; Shobha De, Author & Columnist; Nagma, Actor; Tehseen Poonawala, Political Analyst; Parvez Damania, Former Exec Dir, Kingfisher Airlines; Mrunalini Deshmukh, Senior Advocate -- discuss whether those who are supporting Ness Wadia can argue that Preity Zinta is taking it too far.
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