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Vivek Doval files criminal defamation case against Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, Caravan Magazine editor and reporter

Caravan Magazine, a left-wing magazine had published a report claiming that Vivek Doval had started a hedge fund in Cayman Islands days after demonetisation.

Vivek Doval, son of National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval has decided to file a criminal defamation complaint against Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, Editor-in-Chief of Caravan Magazine and Caravan Magazine reporter Kaushal Sharoff, reported ANI

According to the reports, Vivek Doval, son of NSA Ajit Doval has filed a criminal defamation plea in Delhi’s Patiala House Court after Caravan Magazine, a left-wing portal had published a report claiming that Vivek Doval had started a hedge fund in Cayman Islands days after demonetisation. The Delhi’s Patiala High Court has decided to hear the matter tomorrow.

Following the report, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had accused Vivek Doval of tax evasion and had sought the RBI to make public details of FDI inflows from Cayman islands since demonetisation, which he claimed were to the tune of Rs 8,300 crore during 2017-18 and equalled total funds flowing into India between 2000 to 2017.

However, Ramesh did not substantiate his allegations with any documentary evidence. The Congress leader went on to claim Vivek Doval had involved in channelling money out of the country to bring them back to India after demonetisation.

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