Delhi HC seeks AAP chief’s reply on Arun Jaitley defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal

Bad situation for Delhi Chief Minister, Delhi HC on Wednesday looked for AAP convener’s reaction on a crisp request documented by the Union Finance Minister.

The interest required activity against Kejriwal for professedly documenting a false oath that he had not trained his guidance to utilise hostile words against Jaitley. . It has been learnt that Justice Manmohan issued a notice to Kejriwal and searched for his response inside a month.

Prominently, Jaitley had recorded a Rs 10 cr criticism suit against Kejriwal and five other AAP pioneers matter for December 11. Notably, Jaitley had filed a Rs 10 crore defamation suit against Kejriwal and five other AAP leaders. In a fresh application, Jaitley said that Kejriwal had filed a reply denying that he had instructed his senior lawyer to make derogatory comments.

However, this was opposed by his former counsel Ram Jethmalani two days later. Senior advocates appearing for the Union finance minister, urged the court to allow them to file a criminal complaint against Kejriwal.
The high court had on July 26 requested that Kejriwal not put “shameful” inquiries to Jaitley amid the round of questioning in the criticism suit recorded by the Union priest against the central clergyman and five others – Raghav Chadha, Kumar Vishwas, Ashutosh, Sanjay Singh and Deepak Bajpai. The court had conceded the round of questioning of Jaitley from July 28 to August 28 after Kejriwal’s direction looked for time.

The principal Rs 10 crore maligning suit was recorded by Jaitley against Kejriwal and five other AAP pioneers in 2015. Jaitley, who precluded every one of the charges from securing defilement leveled by the AAP pioneers in December 2015, had guaranteed that they had made “false and defamatory” explanations for the situation including the DDCA.

Sources: DNA, Outlook