"It is their internal matter & they should be left alone. No matter how weak and defensive the Mumbai police may have become after 26/11. the investigations and the legal process will take its own course and truth shall prevail. We shall wait and watch."
Mumbai, June 20 - Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha took to micro-blogging site Twitter Friday to express his views on the ongoing feud between Bollywood actress Preity Zinta and businessman and her former boyfriend Ness Wadia saying it is their internal matter and they should be left alone.

In a series of posts, Sinha shared his views on the entire episode.

I know both of them & they seem to be nice people,& I do not see any reason to speculate on possible angles in this unfortunate development, he wrote.

The actress June 12 lodged a written complaint against Wadia of molestation with the Marine Drive police station. Wadia, who is Preity's former beau and co-owns the the IPL team Kings XI Punjab with the actress, has denied the allegations, terming them totally false and baseless.

According to sources, Preity has accused Wadia of grabbing her hand and abusing her during a cricket match in Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai May 30.

It is their internal matter & they should be left alone. No matter how weak and defensive the Mumbai police may have become after 26/11. the investigations and the legal process will take its own course and truth shall prevail. We shall wait and watch.

Meanwhile my best wishes to messy Ness and love to pretty Preity Zinta. God bless! @realpreityzinta, he tweeted.


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