Sandip Ssingh SUES News Channel for 200 Crores!! Files Defamation case

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Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case was very shocking as the actor committed suicide and CBI in it’s investigation reached to the same conclusion. During this entire probe, a few TV news channels were continuously producing evidence against various people.  Producer and late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s friend Sandip Ssingh has now sent a legal notice to a popular news channel and its editor-in-chief for allegedly airing defamatory news reports against him.

Sandip took to Instagram to share pictures of the legal notice and captioned it, “It’s Payback time @republicworld #Defamation #EnoughIsEnough.”

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It's Payback time @republicworld #Defamation #EnoughIsEnough

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Sandip has sought a massive compensation of Rs 200 crores and an unconditional apology for calling out his name on national television and producing evidence which they rightfully shouldn’t have accessed. Since Sandip was close to Sushant and his death proceedings, he was one of the prime suspects as per the channel. Now Sandip has demanded the removal of all video footage and written articles which are defamatory in nature.

“Further you are required to compensate my client to the tune of Rs.200.00 Crores (Two Hundred Crores Only) for maligning his image in public and damages you have made till date. If you failed to comply with the requirements stated above within 15 days from the receipt of this notice, I have clear instructions to take strict legal action against you Noticees by filing civil as well as criminal cases in appropriate courts of law, which shall be solely at your own risks, costs and consequences,” a part of the legal notice reads.

Furthermore, the legal notice also claims that Sandip Ssingh was even asked to pay money for better coverage on the news channel.

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