Twitter
Advertisement

Dindoshi court refuses relief to Alok Nath, wife

Opposing relief, Kapadia had argued that the injuction order if passed would amount to curbingthe woman's right to Freedom of Expression.

Latest News
Dindoshi court refuses relief to Alok Nath, wife
In an FB post on Oct 8, Vinta accused Alok Nath of raping her 19 years ago
FacebookTwitterWhatsappLinkedin

TRENDING NOW

    In what could be more trouble for actor Alok Nath, accused of sexually assaulting an actor-director, 19-years ago, a Sessions court has rejected his wife's plea seeking restraining orders on the woman from making statments about the alleged incident on social media and in newspapers.

    Advocate Dhruti Kapadia appearing for the complainant Vinta Nanda said, "The court has refused to grant any interim relief by way of which the plaintiff had sought an injunction from making any further statements. The suit will come up for final hearing in due course of time."

    Opposing relief, Kapadia had argued that the injuction order if passed would amount to curbingthe woman's right to Freedom of Expression. Moreover, the defamtion cannot hold true, because the woman was narrating facts of her life. The Naths, in their suit, have sought Re 1 as damage, claiming Nanda has defamed them.

    Advocate Ashok Saraogi, representing the Naths, argued that being a screenwriter, Nanda has made up a story of being raped. He accused Nanda of making allegations for money and to gain publicity. He claimed that his client is a victim of a media trial.

    State Of Afafirs

    A Sessions court has rejected Nath’s wife’s plea seeking restraining orders on the complainant from making statments about the alleged incident on social media and in newspapers
    Complainant’s lawyer argued that an injuction would curb a woman’s right to Freedom of Expression

    Find your daily dose of news & explainers in your WhatsApp. Stay updated, Stay informed-  Follow DNA on WhatsApp.
    Advertisement

    Live tv

    Advertisement
    Advertisement