Sheezan Khan’s sisters say their silence has been ‘misunderstood as weakness’: ‘It breaks our heart, dragging religion’

Actor Sheezan Khan’s sisters Shafaq Naaz and Falaq Naaz issued a joint assertion on Instagram within the ongoing dying case of Tunisha Sharma. Sheezan, who was Tunisha’s co-star and ex-boyfriend, has been arrested on the costs of abetment to suicide. On Saturday, Sheezan was despatched to judicial custody for 14 days. (Also learn: Tunisha Sharma death case: Sheezan Khan requests for home cooked food, security in custody)

Responding to the allegations laid on Sheezan, Shafaq and Falaq mentioned, “It breaks our hearts how our silence has been understood as weak point. This might be what they name ‘Ghor Kaliyug’. Where’s the analysis of some media portals earlier than reporting issues? Where’s the frequent sense of the lots? For all of the folks demeaning Sheezan- ask your self this – are you speaking based mostly on the scenario, or are you speaking out of hate for a faith? Or are you speaking out of affect from earlier occasions? Stay woke, folks.”

They additional prolonged their gratitude in direction of those that are ‘able to see through the false narratives’ round Sheezan. “We also notice, and are very thankful for the masses as well as the media portals who are able to see through the false narratives – we need more people like you. But all in all, it’s so upsetting to see these people relentlessly malign Sheezan this way. From making up stories to dragging religion into the matter and random people claiming to be our acquaintances for their 15-minute fame,” they added.

The assertion concluded, “God bless Tunisha, and hope she is in a better place now.” Tunisha was discovered lifeless on December 24 on the units of her TV present Ali Baba Dastaan-E-Kabul. In the present, Tunisha and Sheezan starred as Shehzaadi Mariam and Ali Baba. It aired on SAB TV. Reportedly, the 2 broke up a number of weeks earlier than Tunisha’s dying.

On Friday, Tunisha’s mom, Vanita Sharma, made a number of allegations in opposition to Sheezan. She additionally raised suspicion of “murder” and advised media in a press convention, “Sheezan took her from the room but did not call the ambulance. This could also be a murder, how is it possible that she was found in Sheezan’s room and it was Sheezan only who brought her down, but did not call the ambulance or doctors? Sheezan forced her to wear Hijab as well.”

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