Sisodia defamation case: Supreme Court dismisses Manoj Tiwari’s plea, Vijender Gupta’s approval


The Supreme Court docket on Monday dismissed BJP chief Manoj Tiwari’s plea in opposition to summons issued in opposition to him in a defamation case filed by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. However the petition of BJP chief Vijender Gupta difficult the summons issued in opposition to him within the defamation case filed by Sisodia was accepted. A bench of Justices S Abdul Nazeer and V. Ramasubramaniam stated that they’ve dismissed the enchantment of Manoj Tiwari, although it has allowed the enchantment of Vijender Gupta.

On September 21, the Supreme Court docket had reserved its verdict on two separate petitions by BJP leaders Tiwari and Gupta difficult the Delhi Excessive Court docket order. had refused to quash the summons of a trial court docket in opposition to him within the legal defamation case.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had filed a private defamation grievance in opposition to BJP leaders for allegedly leveling allegations of corruption.

In November 2019, a trial court docket ordered the summoning of BJP leaders and others as accused in a legal defamation case filed by the Deputy CM of Delhi. BJP leaders approached the Excessive Court docket in search of reduction, however the Excessive Court docket refused to grant any reduction.

With enter from IANS

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