Urfi Javed booked by Mumbai Police for creating a fake arrest video

A video has gone viral on social media platforms. According to the police, she defamed the Mumbai police by presenting a false image of the force to the public.

Mumbai police have filed an FIR against actor-influencer Urfi Javed for allegedly making a video of her fake arrest in order to gain more followers and views by having people impersonate police officers in the video.

Since then, the video has gone viral on social media platforms. According to the police, she defamed the Mumbai police by presenting a false image of the force to the public.

Fake arrest of Urfi Javed as she is getting taken away by female Police officer
On Friday, the Oshiwara police department filed a case against Javed and the other three individuals who were wearing police uniforms in the video.

According to the police, Javed and four others created videos in which they used police uniforms and identities for fraudulent purposes.

A female police officer is seen in the video asking Javed to accompany her to the police station. When Javed inquired about the reason for her arrest, the lady constable responded, “Itne chote-chote kapde pehen ke kaun ghumta hai?”

When the actor inquired about the reason again, the officers in the video invited her to join them at the police chowki. They took her by the arms and drove her to the police station in a ‘police’ vehicle. The aforementioned video quickly went viral on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms.

Urfi Javed posing for a photo shoot before the fake arrest video was made.

In addition, two women and one man pretended to be police officers by wearing police uniforms for the purpose of cheating when they were not, and a criminal case was filed against them, according to the officer.
“We have filed a FIR under sections 171 (wearing garb or carrying a token used by a public servant with fraudulent intent), 419 (cheating by imprisonment), 500 (defamation), and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code,” said Mohan Patil, senior inspector at the Oshiwara police station.

“People found the video to be true, so the message that Mumbai police arrest women for wearing short clothes spread throughout the country and the world, and this brought a bad name for the Mumbai police,” a law enforcement official said.

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