Nawazuddin Siddiqui and wife Aaliya Siddiqui has been involved in a legal case after she accused him for abandoning her and their kids.
Nawazuddin, after hearing all the allegations, filed a petition against her. At present, the case is being fought in the Bombay High Court and so far, there has been no settlement between the two.
Lawyer Pradeep Thorat, representative of Nawaz, revealed that the actor couldn’t find his kids as they were missing from their schools in Dubai. This was the initial reason of filing a petition.
According to the Advocate, the actor has not seen his children physically since many days. He also mentioned that if the court allows him to meet his kids, he will withdraw his petition.
"That was the only reason that a habeas corpus was filed. I am aware of the limited relief that I can get in this petition. He has not seen his children physically. This is his limited concern. After that I will withdraw the petition," added Pradeep.
On the other hand, his wife Aaliya Siddiqui’s lawyer Shikhar Khandelwal claimed: "My client is willing to settle the matter. But when she is living with the children at the actor's mother's residence, then how is it possible that he does not know where they are? He is very much free to meet his children. He is the one who is not meeting them.”
Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Aaliya Siddiqui got involved into a legal battle as soon as they reached Mumbai from Dubai. The actor’s petition clearly stated that his children were taken away to Mumbai without his permission, reports India Today.
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