Defamation case against D Roopa Moudgil IPS: Unyielding Rohini Sindhuri wants unconditional apology

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12-01-2024

    Sindhuri remains steadfast in her demand for an apology

    Supreme Court scheduled a hearing for February 2024

    Development follows a previous hearing on December 14, 2023

In the ongoing defamation case between Rohini Sindhuri IAS and D Roopa Moudgil IPS, the former is pressing for an unconditional apology from the latter, asserting that the damage caused by the defamatory social media posts cannot be erased even if the posts are deleted.

Despite Justice Oka’s attempt to mediate a truce between the two parties, Sindhuri remains steadfast in her demand for an apology from Roopa.

The top court has now slated the next hearing in February. In the  previous hearing on December 14, 2023, during which the apex court directed Roopa to remove the contentious posts. However, the solution seems elusive as Sindhuri insists on a public apology to address the perceived harm caused.

The case not only highlights the legal complexities of defamation in the age of social media but also underscores the enduring impact of online statements on an individual’s reputation.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the Supreme Court’s involvement suggests a commitment to addressing the dispute and delivering a fair resolution, emphasizing the significance of maintaining professional decorum even in the realm of online communication among public servants.

Defamation case against D Roopa Moudgil IPS: Unyielding Rohini Sindhuri wants unconditional apology

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    Sindhuri remains steadfast in her demand for an apology

    Supreme Court scheduled a hearing for February 2024

    Development follows a previous hearing on December 14, 2023

In the ongoing defamation case between Rohini Sindhuri IAS and D Roopa Moudgil IPS, the former is pressing for an unconditional apology from the latter, asserting that the damage caused by the defamatory social media posts cannot be erased even if the posts are deleted.

Despite Justice Oka’s attempt to mediate a truce between the two parties, Sindhuri remains steadfast in her demand for an apology from Roopa.

The top court has now slated the next hearing in February. In the  previous hearing on December 14, 2023, during which the apex court directed Roopa to remove the contentious posts. However, the solution seems elusive as Sindhuri insists on a public apology to address the perceived harm caused.

The case not only highlights the legal complexities of defamation in the age of social media but also underscores the enduring impact of online statements on an individual’s reputation.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the Supreme Court’s involvement suggests a commitment to addressing the dispute and delivering a fair resolution, emphasizing the significance of maintaining professional decorum even in the realm of online communication among public servants.

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