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Madras High Court stays proceedings in defamation case against BJP State president K Annamalai

On November 28 this year, Piyush, who claims to be a social activist, had filed a private complaint before the Salem judicial magistrate’s court demanding action against Annamalai, alleging that the latter had issued threats and made provocative statements in a public speech.

In his complaint, Piyush claimed that in such speech Annamalai had cited an unverified incident from 1956, where the then Forward Bloc leader U Muthuramalinga Thevar had warned Justice Party leaders that if non-believers chose to speak about the Hindu religion, their blood will be offered to the deities. Piyush claimed Thevar had never said so and that Annamalai had fabricated such comments.

Source: Barandbench

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