Assurance Raikhan files Rs 5 Crore defamation suit against Aja Daily

In the statement, the actor said that the suit is filed by claiming compensation for personal damage and defamation caused to the plaintiff Assurance Raikhan to the tune of Rs 5 crore.

Assurance Raikhan, celebrity Tangkhul actor on a press statement issued on Friday, said he has filed a Rs 5 crore defamation suit against Valleyrose Hungyo, editor of “The Aja Daily”, a Tangkhul dialect newsprint media house based in Imphal.

As per the statement, the editor has been issued summons by the court of Civil Judge Senior Division for appearance before the court for its libeling/defamatory report published against one Mr Assurance Raikhan, inviting comments of damaging nature through its media platform.

The editor of “The Aja Daily” has been framed as the principal defendant in the case filed by Assurance Raikhan and along with it, five other persons including the administrator of “The Aja Daily Facebook Group” and the natural son and daughter-in-law of Valleyrose Hungyo, said the statement by Assurance Raikhan.

The damage defamation was filed by Assurance Raikhan for the unwanted and malicious comments targeting and affecting his reputation and personal dignity. Valleyrose Hungyo and five other person defendants are to appear in the court on October 21, 2020 at 10:30AM.

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