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Cong infighting reaches court: Ex-minister files defamation case against party leader
6/10/2023 11:14:50 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, June 10: The ugly infighting among some Congress leaders ultimately reached the court of law as a former minister and senior party leader has filed a defamation case against a party colleague for defaming him in the official social media account.
In the official WhatsApp group of the party, the accused Congress leader had charged the former minister that he (former minister) was involved in the infamous sex scandal.
After the WhatApp war on the official group of the party, the former minister filed a defamation case against another senior leader.
Sources said that some neutral party leaders had tried to bring a truce between both leaders but all their efforts failed and the matter now reached the Court.
Sources said that the former minister has filed civil and criminal suits against the leader who alleged that the minister was involved in the infamous Srinagar sex scandal.
As reported earlier, senior party leaders are using all platforms to demonize each other.
Not only Congress leaders are trying to expose each other through fake accounts, but some senior party activists have also levelled serious allegations against two former ministers on the official social media group of the J&K unit.
Screenshots of social media chats have gone viral on social media in which party leaders exposed two former Congress ministers. As per the chat, a leader charged a former minister with being involved in corruption and nepotism.
In another social media chat that has gone viral on social media, a leader recounted the infamous 2006 Srinagar Sex Scandal.
The sex scandal case, which had sent several MLAs, civil and police officers behind bars, has come to haunt Congress leaders due to infighting in the party.
The sex scandal which surfaced in 2006 after a CD showing lurid details of some accused with girls, one of them a minor, appeared locally setting off a wave of protest in the local populace.
A total of 18 accused, including former ministers, police officers, and senior bureaucrats were involved in the scandal.
Highly placed sources said that Congress leaders are exposing each other only to get party mandate in the coming assembly elections in J&K.
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