New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Event (AAP) on Sunday alleged that they’d obtained demise threats from Arun Jaitley's licensed crew all through the courtroom proceedings throughout the defamation battle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Union Finance Minister.
"While arguments were going, a person who is a part of Jaitley's legal team started giving death threats. Such death threats were given while the proceeding was going on. We have filed a written complaint and have also sought legal advice from our council. But if this is the process of justice, it is shocking state of affairs," AAP chief Raghav Chaddha instructed ANI.
Within the meantime, the Bharatiya Janta Event (BJP) has talked about the AAP must have thought twice sooner than denting Jaitley's image, together with that the courtroom will resolve and ship its verdict appropriately.
"They were living in their dream world. They should have thought twice before saying anything against a person who is so transparent and clear," BJP chief Maheish Girri instructed ANI.
Earlier on Saturday, in a critical jolt to Kejriwal, a Delhi courtroom put him on trial in reference to the Delhi and District Cricket Affiliation (DDCA) jail defamation case filed by Jaitley.
Chief Metropolitan magistrate Sumit Dass moreover framed a defamation uncover in opposition to Kejriwal and completely different AAP leaders.
Within the meantime, Kejriwal and completely different AAP leaders pleaded not accountable and claimed trial. The trial throughout the case will start on May 20.
Earlier, Jaitley had filed a jail defamation grievance in opposition to Kejriwal and 5 completely different AAP leaders for allegedly defaming him throughout the Patiala Residence Courtroom docket, whereas a civil defamation case was filed throughout the Delhi Extreme Courtroom docket.
Jaitley had filed the go nicely with on the lookout for Rs. 10 crore in damages after Kejriwal and 5 completely different AAP leaders accused him of alleged irregularities and financial bungling throughout the DDCA, of which the earlier was the president for about 13 years until 2013.