In strong remarks, the Delhi High Court said Congress leaders Jeram Ramesh, Pawan Khera, Nita D’Souza along with Others conspired to “launch a sermon of false, stinging and hostile personal attacks on Iranian BJP leader Smriti and her daughter who are not owners of The restaurant in Goa and they didn’t advance at all for License for Food and drinks in the restaurant.
Statement made by three congressional leaders are in The “nature of Ejaculation looks fake with malicious intent, ‘to deliberately subjugate the Iranians to’great public Mocking” and “offending morals” and public picture” of She and the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party daughterHe Said.
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Conspiracy of Defendants #1 to 3 (Congressional leaders) with Each other and other individuals and organizations to launch a sermon of false, stinging and hostile character attacks on plaintiff and her daughter with a common Motivation to harm, defame, harm reputation, moral character and public picture of plaintiff and her daughter,” He Said.
Supreme court made Notes while looking at the documents placed in front of him in A civil defamation lawsuit filed by the Iranian minister for women and child development, against The three leaders of Congress.
Judge Minni Pushkarna had given the order on July 29 Subpoenas issued to three congressional leaders on Civil defamation suit. Request uploaded on Courts website on Monday.
Then the Supreme Court ordered the leaders to make the decision down Tweets and more social media Posts on directed allegations against The union minister Which daughter.
Go through the documents on recordthe court said that there was clearly no license issued at all in favor of plaintiff or her daughter. plaintiff or her daughter are not owners of The restaurant. she has also It was established by the plaintiff at first glance that the plaintiff or about it daughter not applied for license.
“no restaurant nor the earth on that restaurant Exist is the property of the plaintiff or her daughter. until the show cause Notice issued by the government of Goa is not in The name of plaintiff or her daughter. All these facts have also confirmed in “The plaintiff’s statement,” said Judge Pushkarna. in Her application consists of 14 pages.
An Iranian had filed a defamation suit against Congress leaders for Allegedly unfounded and false accusations against she and her 18-year-Old daughter.