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Abusive actor Ajaz Khan who was arrested for inciting communal tension was ‘framed’, claims his wife, says he did nothing wrong

Khan was arrested by the Cyber Crime Unit of the Mumbai Police on Wednesday for posting incendiary videos on the social media app TikTok.

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After abusive actor Ajaz Khan’s police custody was extended by 14 days, his wife Andrea has come out in his support. She has claimed that her husband did nothing wrong and was being deliberately framed in the matter. She also demanded justice for her husband.

Ajaz’s wife Andrea said, “I want justice for my husband because people are going against him when my husband is the only one raising his voice not only for Muslims, for Hindus, for Christians, for all the criminal activities happening in India. My husband is lone in his fight. I just want justice for my husband, what you guys are doing is injustice. You guys are not considering that he has a family also. I have told him so many times to avoid raising his concerns publicly, but he always goes against my advice for the people of India. So my brothers and sisters in India, please I want justice for my husband. He is being framed.”

Khan was arrested by the Cyber Crime Unit of the Mumbai Police on Wednesday for posting incendiary videos on the social media app TikTok. In the first one, he urged members of a religious community to take ‘revenge’ over Tabrez Ansari’s death in Jharkhand. In the second video, he featured alongside a group of  TikTok ‘stars’, whose account was suspended after Mumbai Police lodged a case against them. They mocked Mumbai Police in the video.

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Before this, the hardcore Islamist Ajaz Khan, known for making hatemongering controversial statements menacingly threatened actor Payal Rohatgi in a video asserting that one day, the entire world will become Muslim. In a misogynist attack against Payal, Ajaz Khan had referred Payal Rohatgi as a C grade actor. Payal Rohatgi, who was recently in news for getting blocked by the Mumbai Police on Twitter lodged a complaint against Ajaz Khan for blatantly inciting communal passions and his misogynist attack on Payal.

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