Famous Punjab singer Honey Singh has been a part of the headlines these days. In fact, he has been accused of domestic violence and harassment by his wife Shalini Talwar. During the last hearing of the case, the Tis Hazari Court in Delhi had issued a notice to Honey Singh, and the notice said that Singer could not sell his UAE home for the time being, and not at all as long as the matter was under court. Honey Singh now recorded his statement before the court last Friday. In this statement, he assured the court that he will not make any third party rights over his UAE property i.e.
Let us also tell all of you that in the last hearing, the court had directed Honey Singh not to sell his property directly or through his company by empowering the third party. In addition, the court had issued orders to him to submit the registered documents and some other documents of his foreign company to the court. Honey Singh, on the other hand, has now assured the court not to sell the property only. However, he did not file the papers sought in the court.
According to information received, senior advocate Rebecca John, who is fighting the case on behalf of Honey Singh, says, "The court is hearing the domestic violence charge against Honey Singh and the court cannot stop selling his property in this manner. He also argued in his argument that Honey Singh's business cannot be banned.'' After hearing the arguments of both the parties in the court, Metropolitan Magistrate Tania Singh recorded the statement of the lawyer appearing for Honey Singh that he would not sell his property in UAE and would also file the company's documents. The matter will now come up for hearing on September 28.