LG to HC: Stop AAP from making untrue claims.

VK Saxena asked Delhi high court to discourage him and his family from making false accusations . Justice Amit Bansal refused to issue interim relief to Saxena .

New Delhi (New Delhi): After witnesses alleged that he was involved in a Rs 1,400 crore fraud while serving as chairman of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC), Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena asked the Delhi high court to discourage him and his family from making false accusations.At the hearing, Justice Amit Bansal refused to issue interim relief to Saxena.The LG is a constitutional functionary, according to the judge, who spoke at the hearing.The court recalled that I can imagine a politician speaking things against another politician, but not against a constitutional functionary.

The LG has asked AAP, its leaders, Atishi Singh, Saurabh Bharadwaj, Durgesh Pathak, Sanjay Singh, and Jasmine Shah, who is the vice chairperson of the Dialogue and Development Commission, to delete or delete the alleged false and libelous posts, tweets or videos that have been published and published on social media.He has also sought damages and compensation of Rs 2.5 crore from the political party and its five functionaries, but AAP and its leaders have urged Twitter and YouTube (Google Inc) to remove or delete tweets, retweets, posts, videos, captions, taglines along with photos of the plaintiff (Saxena) and his family members from their respective platforms, according to their counsel.The LG said that his daughter had aided in the construction of the Khadi lounge, but that it was done on a pro bono basis and that no one penny was taken by her for her work.Saxena has argued that AAP and its officials have mounted their entire protest campaign based on the alleged allegations and testimony of two accused KVIC members who have been charged with the exchange of demonetized currency notes case.According to the CBI lawsuit, the amount in question was Rs 17 lakh, but the convicted criminals sprang up with a fanciful sum of Rs 1,400 crore based on some trivial math equations.