Using her Instagram profile, Hitesha Chandranee, the lady who had accused a Zomato delivery executive in Bengaluru of hitting her but had subsequently been arrested for allegedly framing him, has issued a statement in response to the allegations. As stated in her statement, Chandranee said that she “would not take any chances” with her “life, reputation, respect, or peace of mind” by arranging anything.
A message on her Instagram page from Hitesha Chandranee, the lady who had accused a Zomato delivery executive in Bengaluru of hitting her but was subsequently arrested on suspicion of framing him, says she is concerned for her safety.
Chandranee’s message on Instagram said that postings made by “some celebrities” accusing her of being responsible for the event had “hurt” her and that she regrets this.
“The postings made by some celebrities blaming me for being guilty of the event have wounded me tremendously since these are the individuals I look up to,” Chandranee said in an Instagram post. “These are the people I look up to,” she added.
As part of her statement, Chandranee said that she “would not take any chances” with her “life, reputation, respect, or peace of mind” by arranging anything. She also asked everyone to “refrain from expressing any view until the proper judicial body has concluded its investigation.”
Hitesha Chandranee has confirmed that she is still in Bengaluru, despite several rumours that she had left the city. According to her Instagram post, “Bengaluru is home for me.” She said that her comments had been twisted even more, even though she simply intended to relate the event that had occurred.
“I live alone in Bengaluru, and the last few days have been very tough for me, to the point that I am concerned about my safety. I am hopeful that an unbiased investigation by the investigating agencies will uncover the truth, and I look forward to it. “She shared her thoughts on Instagram.
“Celebrities” have been harassing Chandranee on social media since the event, according to her statement. She, like many other women and girls who live alone in the city, has been targeted by tweets, posts, and comments from “celebrities” after the incident. This is the reason why she made the decision to make this public declaration.
The actress had previously pleaded with Zomato to investigate the assault allegation levelled against their delivery executive by Hitesha Chandranee and bring it to a conclusion. Parineeti had then shown her support for the Zomato delivery executive in her blog post at the time.
“Zomato India-Please investigate and disclose the truth to the public…
If the guy is not guilty (which I think he is), please assist us in bringing the lady at issue to justice… This is inhumane, reprehensible, and heart-breaking… Please let me know how I may be of assistance… # ZomatoDeliveryGuy (sic), also known as “On March 14, Parineeti Chopra sent a tweet.
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