Delhi court puts a full stop to the case against Somnath Bharti after he asks for an apology

Delhi court puts a full stop to the case against Somnath Bharti after he asks for apology

The Delhi court today put a full stop to the defamation case against Somnath Bharti, the legislator, Aam Aadmi Party after   Ranjana Dwivedi, the journalist decided to blend the case considering an apology put forward to her. The defamation case was filed against Bharti for purportedly using offensive language against Ranjana Dwivedi and tossing abuses during a live national television debate show. In his statement before the Avenue, Bharti said that his statements were not anyway directed towards Dwivedi. He offered his sincere and deepest apology if he had hurt the sentiments of the respondent in any way. With regards to the apology, Dwivedi agreed to blend the present case against Bharti. Dwivedi also agreed to terminate her FIR against Bharti under Section 504/509 of the Indian Penal Code.

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