'I had a panic attack,' replies Parth Samthaan after being accused of breaking home-quarantine rules

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Parth Samthaan, who had resumed shooting for Kasautii Zindagii Kay was tested positive for COVID-19 on July 12 and was getting treatment under self-isolation at his house. On July 23, the actor thankfully tested negative for the novel virus. But looks like the actor is now in trouble again as a society member of Parth's building has tweeted to BMC, informing them about the actor's irresponsible behaviour by breaking quarantine rules. However, Parth was quick enough to clarify that he had a panic attack and has now left Mumbai for his hometown, Pune, to spend time with his family.

On Monday night, a Twitter user tagged the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and wrote, “TV actor @LaghateParth Samthaan has been flouting BMC quarantine rules, stepping out of BMC seal of his flat, using public facilities in DB woods, Goregaon putting residents at risk. His house help who stays with him, is still positive. Need action by BMC @mybmc @mumbaipolice.”

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Parth replied on Tuesday morning, “Dear @Suhaasi ,yes I have tested negative and I was home quarantined for 17 days which technically is more than 14 .. and last night I had a panic attack so were you willing to take me to the doc?? And now m on my to Pune to spend some much needed time with my family ..”

However, the Twitter was not satisfied with his explanation. She wrote, “That is why there are BMC rules, and Management Committee. Society has a quarantine center with 24 hr helpline from doctors where he could have contacted. If everybody started giving these kind of excuses like Parth there would be no control.”
 

(Source: Twitter)

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