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Sheezan Khan’s sisters brand him “innocent” in Tunisha Sharma’s death

Actor Sheezan Khan has gained support from his sisters who have branded him “innocent” in the ongoing investigation in the demise of Tunisha Sharma.

Shafaq Naaz and Falaq Naaz shared a statement on social media, in which they requested for privacy.

The statement from Shafaq and Falaq said, “As much as everyone is eager to know the ‘other side of the story’, we are equally curious to know, but for time being we’d like for you to allow us privacy in this grave situation. Both families are victims at this point. Let the right time come and we will address the matter for sure. But this is not the right time. A death is a painful situation everyone needs to honour the privacy of the affected Families and give them the space to mourn and carry on with the funeral first.”

“It is such an unfortunate state that we lost a precious soul and another is arrested. Accusations have been leveled against Sheezan and the police are investigating the case. Let police take the call. I am confident that an innocent guy has been framed without an application of mind. This situation has been overwhelming for the family members and we’d like to take this time to co-operate with the police and let the truth come out,” it continued.

For the unversed, Khan and Sharma were reportedly in a relationship. However, their break-up allegedly led to Sharma taking her own life.

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