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HC restrains AAP, its leaders from levelling defamatory allegations towards LG Saxena

By way of PTI

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Top Courtroom on Tuesday restrained the Aam Aadmi Birthday celebration and a number of other of its leaders from levelling “false” allegations towards Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena and his circle of relatives once they claimed that he was once fascinated with a Rs 1,400 crore rip-off.

Justice Amit Bansal, whilst announcing the order on intervening time aid, stated, “I’ve handed an ad-interim injunction order in favour of the plaintiff.” The detailed order is awaited.

But even so, Saxena has additionally sought to injunct AAP, its leaders Atishi Singh, Saurabh Bharadwaj, Durgesh Pathak, Sanjay Singh and Jasmine Shah, who was once appointed via the Executive of NCT of Delhi as Vice Chairperson of the Discussion and Building Fee, to delete or take down the alleged false and libellous posts or tweets or movies circulated and issued on social media. He has additionally sought damages and reimbursement of Rs 2.5 crore in conjunction with pastime from the political celebration and its 5 leaders.

The AAP leaders had alleged that Saxena was once fascinated with a rip-off throughout his tenure because the Khadi and Village Industries Fee (KVIC) chairman.

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Top Courtroom on Tuesday restrained the Aam Aadmi Birthday celebration and a number of other of its leaders from levelling “false” allegations towards Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena and his circle of relatives once they claimed that he was once fascinated with a Rs 1,400 crore rip-off.

Justice Amit Bansal, whilst announcing the order on intervening time aid, stated, “I’ve handed an ad-interim injunction order in favour of the plaintiff.” The detailed order is awaited.

But even so, Saxena has additionally sought to injunct AAP, its leaders Atishi Singh, Saurabh Bharadwaj, Durgesh Pathak, Sanjay Singh and Jasmine Shah, who was once appointed via the Executive of NCT of Delhi as Vice Chairperson of the Discussion and Building Fee, to delete or take down the alleged false and libellous posts or tweets or movies circulated and issued on social media. He has additionally sought damages and reimbursement of Rs 2.5 crore in conjunction with pastime from the political celebration and its 5 leaders.

The AAP leaders had alleged that Saxena was once fascinated with a rip-off throughout his tenure because the Khadi and Village Industries Fee (KVIC) chairman.

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