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No Fear No Favour

“Nitish Bharadwaj, renowned for his role in ‘Mahabharat,’ faces allegations from his IAS wife, who claims he’s portraying himself as a victim while neglecting responsibilities like paying their children’s school fees.”

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Madhya Pradesh- Smita Bharadwaj IAS officer, wife of the famous TV serial Mahabharat fame actor Nitish Bharadwaj, has been termed for harassment allegations by her husband as ‘false and devoid of any facts’.

Smita Bharadwaj is currently working as the additional chief secretary for food, civil supplies, consumer affairs, youth affairs and sports. However, she is even the chairman of the MP warehousing and logistoic corporation and chairperson for The State Civil Supplies Corporation.

Whereas, while speaking to the journalist’s , officer Smita Bharadwaj said that her husband asked her to leave the job and when she disagreed, he called of for a divorce.

“On one morning Nitish asked me to quit my job, when I disagreed, he asked me for divorce. And, when I agreed for the divorce, he asked me for money for consent divorce, for which I denied. And, then further he started playing victim card.”

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Nitish never even paid school fees for our children

Few days ago, actor Nitish Bharadwaj, who played actor of Lord Krishna in TV serial Mahabharat, accused his wife for not letting him meet their kids.

When prompted to give further details about the incident, the IAS officer maintained that the father has been always provided with unrestricted access for visitation with the children. However, his actions have repeatedly obstructed such access.

She further said that Nitish Bharadwaj met the children on February 17th 2024, after he had met them in Pune on January 2, 2024.

“On February 13, 2024, Nitish Bharadwaj purposely avoided meeting children. And a day later on Feb 14, he held a press conference, alleging I was not letting him to meet the children, without even considering the impact on the kids. On Saturday, 17th February, 2024, Nitish met his daughters at our residence in the presence of family friends as well as the police officer. The visit lasted for about 30 minutes, at the end of which the daughters were left in tears.”

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Author:- Apoorva Arora

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