Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has dismissed a defamation case filed against Ratan Tata. On Monday, the high court quashed the defamation case initiated against Former Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata, current chairman N Chandrasekaran and eight directors of the company. The defamation case was filed by Nusli Wadia. The city magistrate court had issued notices to Ratan Tata and others in a criminal defamation case filed by Nusli Vadia in December 2018.
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The case was filed by Wadia in 2016 after Tata Group companies were expelled from the board of directors. The Tatas and others then approached the High Court and urged them to reject the action initiated against them. Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for Ratan Tata, had earlier told the court that a contempt case has been registered due to the company dispute. He said the entire case was registered without any mind.
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Singhvi argued that the case was only the result of a corporate dispute between Ratan Tata and Nusli Vadia. Wadia is a big supporter of Cyrus Mistry. Vadia had claimed in her complaint before the magistrate that after Cyrus Mistry was removed from the post of Chairman of Tata Sons on October 24, 2016, Tata and others made statements hurting their honour.
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