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State Minister Ashok Chaudhary sends Legal Notice to Tejashwi Yadav for sharing ‘Edited Video’ falsely accusing him of using abusive language

By Aura Das      Jun 17, 2020      0 Comments      789 Views
State Minister Ashok Chaudhary sends Legal Notice to Tejashwi Yadav for sharing ‘Edited Video’ falsely accusing him of using abusive language

A legal notice has been sent by Bihar Minister Ashok Chaudhary to the Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav for sharing a video allegedly edited with “mala fide intentions” and “falsely accusing” him of abusing RJD leaderLalu Yadav, his father.

The minister in the legal notice asked Tejashwi to delete the social media post and issue an unconditional written apology, to be posted on Twitter and Facebook and to be published in three leading newspapers circulated in Bihar for causing “irreparable harm” and “besmirching his reputation and standing”.

The notice said, "I look forward to your response complying with the above stated bare minimum requisition with the duly executed undertaking in aforesaid terms within 10 hours of the receipt of the legal notice, failing which my client shall be constrained to initiate appropriate criminal proceedings under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code & a civil suit for damages".

Tejashwi Yadav had earlier retweeted a video of Choudhary, in which he was seen using abusive language.



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