The complaint, filed jointly by DJB vice-chairperson and Raghav Chadha, claimed that Ramvir Bhiduri and other BJP leaders indulged in a malicious campaign to tarnish their reputation.
In January, the BJP leaders had held a press conference and accused Raghav Chadha and DJB of committing a scam of Rs 26,000 crore and referred to DJB as ‘Dalali Jal Board’.
A city court said that there is sufficient ground for proceeding in response to Delhi Jal Board and its vice-chairman Raghav Chadha's defamation suit.
With Delhi municipal polls nearing and outreach campaigns already being run by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP),
At a meeting at the busy ITO crossing, he said that in a country of over 130 crore people, the way the Modi government has handled the pandemic would set an example for the world.
“India will never tolerate anything like this. In fact, people with such fundamentalist mentality should never be spared and punished.
“The BJP has always been against corruption. We are also dealing with corruption under a zero-tolerance policy in corporations. If someone asks for a bribe, make a video and give it to us.
MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj had threatened on Saturday that if the Haryana government does not release Delhi's "rightful portion" of water, the water supply to Gupta's house will be stopped.
AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj alleged that the Haryana government has curtailed Delhi's water supply by around 100 million gallons per day.
Adesh Gupta alleged that the AAP came to power in Delhi promising to eliminate tanker mafia active under the then Congress government but now the same mafia is still ruling the roost.
Leading the protest, Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta demanded dismissal of the transport minister. Gupta alleged that city’s transport system has collapsed.
According to Delhi BJP leaders, five weekly events as part of the E-Chintan initiative are planned in the capital.
The Delhi BJP chief said the party will continue with the agitation till a case of criminal conspiracy is registered against the Delhi chief minister.