Many including Modi-Adani booked for 'corruption', court summons issued
Many including Modi-Adani booked for 'corruption', court summons issued

New Delhi: An Indian-American doctor has filed suit in Washington against PM Narendra Modi, Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and the world's third richest industrialist Gautam Adani over corruption and use of Pegasus spyware, among many other issues. This suit was filed in the US on 24 May. The US District Court for the District of Columbia has summoned these leaders as well as several others who were sent to them in India earlier this year. However, Ravi Batra, a well-known Indian-American attorney from New York, has called it a "dead on arrival lawsuit".

Richmond-based gastroenterologist Dr Lokesh Vuyuru has filed this suit against PM Modi, CM Reddy and Adani. Others named in the lawsuit include Professor Klaus Schwab, the founder and head of the World Economic Forum. Without any documentary evidence, this Indian-American doctor from Andhra Pradesh has alleged that PM Modi, CM Reddy and businessman Adani, along with several others, are involved in corruption, including large-scale cash transfers in the US. and the use of the spy software Pegasus against political opponents.

Let us tell you that this American doctor of Indian origin has filed a case against PM Modi, Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy and veteran businessman Gautam Adani on corruption, use of Pegasus spyware and other issues. This suit was filed by this doctor on 24 May, after which the court sent a summons on 22 July. In India, the summons was issued to him on 4 August and in Switzerland on 2 August.

Dr Lokesh Vuyuru presented the evidence of summons before the court on 19 August. When asked about the matter, Indian-American attorney Ravi Batra said that the doctor has a lot of wasted time. He said it was a 'vain case.' Attorney Ravi Batra while talking to the media has said that Lokesh Vuyyuru has a lot of free time. His 53-page complaint to defame and humiliate India, an American ally, amounts to unfair use of our federal courts. Responding to a question, Batra said, "No lawyer has even agreed to sign this toilet paper 'complaint' as it is a 'futile case'.''

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