Court records statement of complainant in defamation case against Kejriwal
| Thursday | 16th May, 2019
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal was hearing the defamation complaint filed by Kumar against Kejriwal for posting the alleged tweet on September 30, 2018.
Kumar alleged that Kejriwal had said, “Bhajpa ke neta poore desh mein Hindu ladkiyon ka rape karte ghoomte hain” in his tweet.
“Mr Kejriwal has successfully dented the reputation of the complainant in particular and his party,” the complaint, moved through counsel Saurabh Kansal, stated.
New Delhi: A special court in Delhi on Thursday recorded the statement of complainant Rajesh Kumar and two witnesses in a connection with an alleged objectionable comment posted by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal against BJP workers on Twitter.
Kumar requested the court to issue summons against Kejriwal on charges of defamation and promoting enmity between different groups of the Indian Penal Code and also provisions of the Information Technology Act.
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