Friday, 12 October 2012
Vijender Gupta pleads in the court himself
Court reprimands Sheila Dikshit and orders to appear in the court
In the case of defamation filed against the BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta by Sheila Dikshit the Saket Metropolitan Magistrate has given last opportunity to Sheila Dikshit to appear in person on 9th November, 2012. If she does not appear deliberately then the case will be dismissed.
Shri Gupta argued himself that the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit is the plaintiff. But she is not appearing in the court deliberately. The objective of her case was to humiliate Shri Gupta because he had initiated movement against connivance between Chief Minister and three power companies so that he may be demoralised.
On the last ten dates, Chief Minister did not appear even once whereas under section 256 of CrPC complainant must appear in the court. The Magistrate took note of the fact that she is continuously avoiding to appear and said that in the eyes of court Chief Minister is a common person. It does not make any difference to the court if she is Chief Minister because law is equal for every citizen.
Shri Gupta told that he will continue to fight in public interest although the Chief Minister may hatch conspiracy against him. BJP will continuously fight against anti people decisions, scams, corruption, price rise and unjust orders of the Chief Minister. The Party will not bow down to the tactics of Government.