After Hrithik approached the suburban Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) police, an FIR was registered against unknown persons for allegedly creating a fake email-ID in the actor's name and using it to chat with his fans.

Recently, when Hrithik and Kangana had sent legal notices to each other, the "Queen" star revealed that she was corresponding with Hrithik through mails.
Hrithik had, however, refuted this and said the email ID was not created by him. Kangana's advocate Rizwan Siddiqui, in a statement released here today, said the cyber crime cell of BKC police issued summons to the actress and her sister Rangoli to appear before it within a week so as to record their statements.

In reply to the summons, Siddiqui also said that no police officer can summon his client Kangana and her sister to any police station to record their statement, as a witness under section 160 of CrPC.
"The witness summons sent to my client and her sister by the police officer are patently illegal, as no woman can be called to the police station to record her statements as per the provisions of law," he said in the statement.


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