From past few days we all are seeing how the stunning TV star Shweta Tiwari has been engaged in a longest ever custody battle with estranged husband Abhinav Kohli with reference to their son Reyansh and they both have been embroiled in a sea of troubles and controversies more now than ever and also it turned bad and ugly with Shweta and Abhinav dropping videos trying to expose real story of what exactly went down and now even the NCW steps into Shweta Abhinav’s Reyansh row through twitter tweet.
After Shweta posted shocking and unseen video footage of CCTV camera in which we could see how Abhinav and Shweta were engrossed in an argument over their son Reyansh and Abhinav also tried aggressively snatching their son from Shweta even when she tried resisting him and also pushed her because of which she fell down, Shweta got loads of support from majority of the TV fraternity and as she mentioned she also ended up deleting the video post from her account and now latest new development here is that NCW steps into Shweta Abhinav’s Reyansh row through twitter tweet.
This is indeed true that the National Commission of Women aka NCW steps into Shweta Abhinav’s Reyansh row through twitter tweet.
We all know now that how the Mere Dad Ki Dulhan (Sony TV, 2019 – 2020) fame TV star Shweta who is currently shooting in Capetown for Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 (Colors TV, KKK 11) and her estranged ex-husband Abhinav have been mired in a soup of controversies over custody battle of their son Reyansh for the longest time ever and now after Shweta’s explosive and shocking CCTV Video footage post yesterday which she deleted today a few hours back from her handle, even the NCW steps into Shweta Abhinav’s Reyansh row through twitter tweet.
The National Commission of Women stepping into this matter tweeted from their official twitter handle a few hours back urging DGP Maharashtra for looking into this matter and the tweet read, “@NCWIndia is perturbed by this reported incident and has taken cognizance of the matter. Chairperson @sharmarekha has written to DGP Maharashtra asking to immediately into the matter and take appropriate action in accordance with the law”.