Defence Lawyers Reject Judge In-Law's Allegations

Published: 19th December 2014 06:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th December 2014 07:23 AM   |  A+A-

Madras High Court Quashes Cases Against PFI Workers

Madaras High Court. File Photo for Representation Purpose Only.

CHENNAI: Advocates B S Ajeetha and J Saravana Vel of the Madras High Court on Thursday denied the allegations made against them by a judge’s daughter-in-law, Anootha Chandran, in her petition seeking a direction to the Chennai Police Commissioner to register an FIR on her complaint dated Dec 1.

They said Anootha had not mentioned the names of the advocates in her complaint dated December 1. The names have been included in the petition filed at the High Court as an ‘afterthought with ulterior motives’.

Advocate Sudha Ramalingam said the two were human rights and women’s rights activists of repute and that the allegations were motivated. “They are blatantly false, baseless and defamatory,” she said.

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