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Malayala Manorama’s ‘The Week’ apologizes for the article against Savarkar

New Delhi: The Hindu weekly “The Week” has apologized for an article published five years ago about VD Savarkar, a Hindu Mahasabha leader who apologized to the British and was released from prison.

The weekly is owned by ‘Malayala Manorama’. VD Savarkar is honored and apologizes to the family for the inconvenience caused by the article, according to a note published by management in the May 23 issue of The Week.

However, correspondent Niranjan Takle said he was shocked by the action taken by the weekly. I stand by what I said in the article. Takley said he would not apologize on the matter and would fight to win the case in court. Tackle’s response was that he had written about Savarkar and historical facts. He had said that he had not received any notice from the lawyer and that he had been informed through the media. He told News Laundry that he had not officially received a copy of the complaint after four years.

Savarkar’s grandson Ranjith Savarkar had filed a complaint against Week in 2016 alleging that he had deliberately concealed the truth and defamed Savarkar.

According to The Week, Savarkar is treated with the utmost respect and apologizes if anything written about him hurts anyone’s feelings. Has arrived.

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