Maheish Girri contemplating to file defamation case against Kejriwal
Maheish Girri said he is considering filing a defamation suit against CM Kejriwal for accusing him of involvement in NDMC estate officer M M Khan's murder.
New Delhi: A day after he broke his fast-unto -death, BJP MP Maheish Girri said he is considering
filing a defamation suit against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for accusing him of being involved in the murder of NDMC estate officer M M Khan.
"Now I am consulting the lawyers and the party leaders to find out how defamation case could be filed (against Kejriwal). Political fight will carry on... we will go to people to tell that their chief minister is a liar," he said on the sidelines of an event here.
The East Delhi MP was protesting few metres away from Kejriwal's official residence and broke his fast on Tuesday after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh made an appeal to him.
Girri had been demanding proof from Kejriwal about his allegations that the BJP leader was involved in NDMC estate officer's and demanded an apology from the chief minister.
Kejriwal has been demanding Maheish Girri's arrest alleging that he was involved in the 16 May murder of Khan, a day before he was scheduled to pass the final order on the lease terms of 'Connaught Hotel' located on a property leased out by the New Delhi Municipal Council.
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