The Delhi High Court has issued a stay order on the publication and release of the book ‘Close Encounter with Nira Radia’ written by lawyer R.K. Anand. It is understood that the book cover
After Niira Radia's tapes being available on public domain, is there any fame left with her, for someone to defame her?
Why is Paresh Bhatt acting like Radia's agent and posting stupid comments.
The book by R K Anand is nothing but a manifestation of his retaliation against Niira Radia as he blamed the lady for having engineered a sting operation, leading to the contempt action taken against him by the High Court as well as Supreme Court. In the preface of his book, R K Anand admits that he has been nurturing a grudge against Ms Radia. Mr R K Anand has infringed an individualÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s fundamental right of privacy by using confidential & privileged information and documents that Mr Anand had obtained during course of his engagement as a Sr.Counsel for a company (KLM UK), represented by Ms Radia. His work is extremely defamatory in nature and is totally aimed at tarnishing the character of the lady.The book is based on series of fabricated data, promotes falsehoods and deception, thereby defamatory in nature.It is quite obvious that Mr Anand has misused his relationship with Ms Radia in his capacity as a senior advocate, who had access to confidential data, that otherwise is not supposed to be leaked to the public for malicious gains and intention.The book also details the ongoing trial relating to the kidnapping of Ms RadiaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s son, the trial of which is at a critical juncture. The timing of publishing the book should therefore be noted as it aims to spread prejudice and influence judiciary to obstruct justice.It is also surprising to note that R K Anand did not even bother to contact or consult Ms Radia before publishing his defamatory work. What could be the reason? Was it his sole aim to taint and destroy the image of Ms Radia in the society that led him to publish this defamatory book??
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