Actor Naseeruddin Shah’s daughter Heeba Shah allegedly assaulted two veterinary clinic staff members in their clinic.
The entire incident was captured in the CCTV footage of the clinic which is submitted to the Versova police.
Speaking to mid-day, Mriidu Khosla, a trustee of The Feline Foundation said, “On January 16 at 2.50 pm actress Heeba Shah walked into our community veterinary clinic with two cats for sterilisation. Our clinic caretaker asked her to wait for 5 minutes as a surgery was on. After 2-3 minutes of waiting she aggressively said to our staff members, “Don’t you know who I am? How can you make me wait for so long outside without any assistance? How come no one helped me to get my cats’ cage out of the rickshaw on arrival?”
Heeba Shah assaults two veterinary clinic staff members
On being asked to sign the consent forms for the surgery before we admitted the cats, she got extremely abusive about the system and the place. A senior staff member asked her to leave the premises with her cats, after she began to verbally abuse us for no reason. She also slapped and assaulted two female staff members. The physical abuse was harsh, extremely violent and disturbing to say the least,” Khosla further said.
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When Heeba was asked about the same, she said, “I did hit them, but they started it. The gatekeeper didn’t allow me to enter the clinic and asked several questions. I told him that I had an appointment. In the clinic when I told the attendant about the watchman, she also started abusing me and speaking rudely. Then one of the women there pushed me and told me to get out from the premises immediately. This is not the way to speak to anyone who is visiting the clinic. The lady in the clinic started fighting with me. The clinic staff should talk politely to customers visiting their clinic.”
A non-cognisable offence under Sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (intentional insult) and 506 (criminal intimidation) have been registered by the Versova police on January 17.