BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has denied the allegations of influencing the proceedings of the National Herald case on its tweets on Saturday. Swamy told a Delhi court that he does not remember the posts of those social media who have been hawala Congress. Swamy said, "Copies of tweets are not valid under the law and they can not be presented as evidence for emphasizing their application. If I do not know what the evidence is, then how will I take further action? I have the right to tweet. But the evidence you claimed is not proof, because they are not certified. "The court reserved the verdict on the application till November 17.
There is no evidence that my tweets are defamatory
Swamy has argued that there is no such evidence that his tweets are defamatory. Therefore, the Vora's application should be rejected. Swamy was responding to Congress leader Motilal Vora's appeal. In this application, the court has requested the BJP leader to stop tweeting about the matter. In this case, Vora is accused with Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi.
Tweet feared tampering
Rajya Sabha member Swami told Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal that he suspects that the tweets which Vora has referred to have been tampered with. They also said that they have the right to tweet.
I can not miss tweets
Swamy said, "I can not remember tweets. I have made countless tweets and do not know that the tweets which the petitioner (Vora) has referred to are mine. "
This matter is corruption
Swamy said, "They did not bring anything to show that if the tweets are true then they defame someone. This matter is of corruption. There is definite interest in the public. Is moving towards the country and open society. "
The application should be dismissed with a fine
The BJP leader said, "There is no evidence in this matter and the application should be dismissed with a fine." The lawyer appearing for Vora, RS Cheema said that Swamy has not denied allegations in written representation.
This court contempt
Chima said, "This is contempt of court. When we filed an application by referring to tweets, they did not deny them in their written representation. He is interfering in my work as a lawyer. "
Conspiracy to commit fraud
The BJP leader accused Rahul and Sonia and others in a private criminal complaint that they conspired to commit fraud and sacked the fund by paying Rs 50 lakh, under which Young Indian Pvt Ltd (YI) recovered Rs 90.25 crore due to Congress. Got the right
Tweeting the character of the accused
Vora had earlier told the court that the owner is tweeting the character of the accused. The lawyer had said that the complainant (owner) is insulting the lawyers appearing on behalf of the accused and commenting on the merits of the case are trying to influence the investigation.
Denial of charges
In this case, all the seven accused - Rahul and Sonia, Vora, Oscar Fernandes, Suman Dubey, Sam Pitroda and YI denied the allegations leveled against them.