Patiala House Court issues summons to Rifat Jawaid, editor pro-AAP blog Janta Ka Reporter

In a defamation notice slapped by BJP spokesperson Tajinder Bagga against Aam Aadmi Party leaning blog Janta Ka Reporter, the Patiala House Court has issued summons to Rifat Jawaid.

Bagga has filed a complaint against Rifat Jawaid, editor of AAP propaganda website Janta Ka Reporter, accusing Jawaid of posting a derogatory, concocted and defamatory tweet against Bagga. In a tweet posted on 23rd December, Jawaid called Bagga ‘molester and illiterate troll’.

Jawaid was responding to a tweet by Bagga where Bagga was mocking Jawaid as Janta Ka Reporter, the pro AAP website, had tweeted that Lalu Prasad Yadav, who was convicted in the fodder scam, was acquitted.

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Bagga had mocked Jawaid for being in a rush to acquit Lalu.

This led to Jawaid losing all sense of public decorum and took personal potshots at Bagga and called him a ‘roadside and illiterate troll’.

Following this altercation, Bagga asked whether Jawaid would use such derogatory terms for his father for pointing out his mistakes. Jawaid, in return, stood by his words and said that he would henceforth refer to Bagga as a molester and a criminal.

Accusing Jawaid of tarnishing his image, Bagga filed a complaint to Delhi Police Cyber Cell against Jawaid to file an FIR (first information report). A criminal defamation case has also been filed which has been listed in last week of January.

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