2 witnesses record statement in support of Vivek Doval's defamation suit against The Caravan; matter to be heard on 22 February

On 30 January, Vivek Dovak had recorded his statement before the court, saying all the allegations levelled by the magazine and later repeated by Jairam Ramesh at a press conference were 'baseless' and 'false' and damaged his reputation in the eyes of family members and professional colleagues

Press Trust of India February 11, 2019 13:37:57 IST
2 witnesses record statement in support of Vivek Doval's defamation suit against The Caravan; matter to be heard on 22 February
  • Vivek Doval's friend Nikhil Kapur and business partner Amit Sharma recorded their statements

  • Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal posted the matter for further hearing on 22 February

  • On 30 January, Vivek Doval had recorded his statement before the court against The Caravan

New Delhi: Two witnesses on Monday recorded their statements in a Delhi court in support of a defamation plea by NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek Doval against 'The Caravan' magazine for an alleged defamatory article and senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh for using that content.

2 witnesses record statement in support of Vivek Dovals defamation suit against The Caravan matter to be heard on 22 February

File photo of Vivek Doval. PTI

Vivek's friend Nikhil Kapur and business partner Amit Sharma recorded their statements in support of the criminal defamation complaint.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal posted the matter for further hearing on 22 February.

On 30 January, Vivek had recorded his statement before the court, saying all the allegations levelled by the magazine and later repeated by Ramesh at a press conference were "baseless" and "false" and damaged his reputation in the eyes of family members and professional colleagues.

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