Defamation case filed by Bikram Majithia: AAP Leader Sanjay Singh filed application for permanent exemption in court.
Ludhiana(DP Correspondent) – In defamation case of former Revenue Minister Bikramjit Singh Majithia against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh, the accused in case appeared in court and filed an application for permanent exemption from personal appearance in the court. The partly arguments was completed for the application under section 311 of Criminal Procedure Code for deposing more evidence & witness in the court other than the present witnesses filed by former minister. The court of Judicial Magistrate Jagjit Singh has further deferred the case for reply of application and for balance arguments and has fixed next date of hearing on July 7, 2018.Earlier, the former Revenue Minister Majithia had already recorded his eight page statement in the court. According to the complainant, Majithia said that Sanjay Singh, a close aide of the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, was appointed as Incharge of Aam Aadmi Party Affairs before the 2017 Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election and accused Sanjay Singh in a motivated, malicious manner went around the state of Punjab in a targeted manner in a criminal conspiracy and connivance with his political masters of defaming and discrediting him with sole purpose of gaining political ground for his party by hook or crook. The complainant further said that complaint against the accused Sanjay Singh is for making politically motivated scurrilous, false, derogatory, defamatory scandalous statements.
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