New Delhi: Former anti-corruption crusader and now Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal sought for some answers from Reliance Industries CEO and Chairman Mukesh Ambani regarding his defamation claim against the news channels. He asked the Indian business magnate that when all the allegations were made by him and his supporting lawyer Prashant Bhushan, then why is he dragging them to the court.
Kejriwal's letter stated, "If you think that the allegations made by me and Bhushan defamed your reputation, than we are the main offenders and the notice should have been served against us. It is completely wrong that you have send the notice to those who just broadcasted what we said."
Kejriwal had claimed that Mukesh Ambani has Swiss bank accounts, in which he has stored a lot of black money and the amount should be brought back to the country for the welfare of the poor and needy.
The AAP convenor also claimed that the business tycoon has filed the defamation case against the news channels to put some pressure on the media organisations.