The woman alleged that Naser Ali had been in a relationship with her and had promised to marry her.

AIADMK MP Anwar Rajas son booked for cheating woman of Rs 50 lakhTwitter: @Ramagirinanthan
news Controversy Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 10:12

AIADMK MP Anwar Raja’s son Naser Ali has been booked for criminal intimidation and cheating of a Chennai-based woman.

Robina, 35, filed a police complaint last week accusing Naser Ali of cheating her of Rs 50 lakhs. She alleged that Naser Ali had been in a relationship with her and lived with her for a period of three years and had promised to marry her.

According to the Times of India, Robina learnt of Naser Ali’s wedding and went to the city police commissioner’s office to register a complaint. She was later directed to approach the Ramanathapuram police, under whose limits the wedding was scheduled to take place.

Robina reportedly staged a dharna outside the wedding venue but was unable to stop the wedding.

Robina alleges that she pledged her jewellery and borrowed from her relatives in order to give Naser Ali the money.

Speaking to media persons last week, she said, “His marriage was on March 25. He asked me not to come. He threatened me by saying, if I came there, he would kill me. They sent people home and threatened me. MP sir is also threatening me saying let’s see where you go to file a complaint and what you will do. They are ruining a girl’s life with the power of their position. Not just me. They have done this to several women. They are not complaining because they are scared of the MP.” 

According to The Hindu, Naser Ali had been booked under Section 417 (cheating), 420 (cheating a person and inducing the deceived to deliver any property) and 506 (i) (criminal intimidation) of the IPC as well as under the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013.

The newspaper also reported that the FIR would be transferred to a police station in Chennai for necessary action.

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