JAY SHAH CASE: GUJARAT HC RESERVES ORDER ON THE WIRE'S PETITION CHALLENGING DEFAMATION PROCEEDINGS

The Gujarat High Court on Monday reserved its order on a petition filed by news portal The Wire, seeking quashing of a criminal defamation case filed against it by Jay Shah. The post Jay Shah case: Gujarat HC reserves order on The Wire’s petition challenging defamation proceedings appeared first on Firstpost.

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