Smriti Irani Defamation Case: The hearing was held in the Delhi High Court in the defamation case filed by Union Minister Smriti Irani against Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh and Pawan Khera. The Delhi High Court said that on perusal of the documents, it appears that the Goa Government and the Excise Commissioner had sent a notice to Anthony Dagama and not to Smriti or her daughter. The court said that no license has ever been issued in favor of Smriti Irani or her daughter. Nor is she the owner of the restaurant. Not only this, he has never even applied for the license himself.
Smriti Irani had filed a defamation case against Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh and Pawan Khera for illegally running a bar in Goa against Smriti Irani and her daughter. The Delhi High Court said that neither the restaurant nor the land on which the restaurant is built is in any way in the name of Smriti or her daughter.
What did the Delhi High Court say?
The court said that even the show cause notice issued by the Goa government is not against Smriti and her daughter. The petitioner has also given all this information through an affidavit in front of the court. Referring to all these things, the court has directed Jairam Ramesh and Pawan Khera to remove all the objectionable posts lying on social media. The court has summoned Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh, Pawan Khera and Netta D’Souza. This order of the court has come in the defamation case filed by Smriti Irani against Pawan Khera and Jairam Ramesh.
Congress had made these allegations
Significantly, all the leaders of the Congress, including the names of Jairam Ramesh and Pawan Khera, against Smriti Irani and her daughter in Goa’s restaurant / bar. are attackers. Congress leaders had accused Smriti Irani’s daughter that her 18-year-old daughter was running an illegal bar in Goa. Smriti Irani has filed a defamation case against Jairam Ramesh and Pawan Khera in the Delhi High Court in the same case.
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