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Delhi Police Comes To Bigg Boss House To Arrest This Contestant. Check Out Who Is That Contestant!

The TV reality show Bigg Boss is going great with its tagline, BB show is all about unexpected happenings. In…

By Administrator in Bigg Boss on November 21, 2016

The TV reality show Bigg Boss is going great with its tagline, BB show is all about unexpected happenings. In starting of the 10th season it was not that interesting as this time there is Celebrities and Indiawale. Moreover, the show is in headlines over the secret of the commoners. Before we talked about Manu Punjabi, this is not the first show of him as he has done one reality show before.

But, wait there is a shocking news for all the BB fans and viewers. Delhi Police came to Bigg Boss house to arrest this contestant and the reason is shocking. Guess who is that contestant? If you remember, earlier we reported about Swami Ji’s criminal cases and he is facing non -bailable warrants in court for his cases of different laws.

Swami Ji is leaving peacefully in the house and irritating other housemates with his drama, but it looks like Delhi police don’t want to spare him. We reveal Delhi Police reached Bigg Boss 10 house to arrest Swami Ji because he has many criminal cases on him under the Arms Act and TADA. But Swami Ji refused to go out of the house and So, the officers and police got Swami Ji’s Signature on some documents.

Delhi Police Came In Bigg Boss House To Arrest Swami Ji

Once again we are talking about Swami Ji’s criminal cases, in November 2008, his younger brother Pramodh Jha, accused Swami because he broke the lock of his bicycle shop with his three friends and they sold all the expensive parts of the bicycle after stealing it.

Swami Ji is involved in so many cases, most of the cases are from his own family members. He even slapped women on the national TV screen. What do you think about this? Share your views in the comments section below! Stay Tuned with us for more information.

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