Friend sent a defamation notice of Rs 50 lakh to the groom for not taking him to the procession

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A young man has sent a defamation notice of Rs 50 lakh to his groom friend, alleging mental torture, for not taking him to the procession despite being invited.

A young man has sent a defamation notice of Rs 50 lakh to his groom friend, alleging mental torture, for not taking him to the procession despite being invited. Haridwar advocate Arun Bhadauria told that a youth named Ravi, a resident of Bahadurabad, Haridwar, had invited his friend Chandrashekhar along with others for marriage and asked him to walk in the procession as well.

But the groom Ravi allegedly left his friend and took the procession ahead of time and when Chandrashekhar reached on time to go to the procession, he saw that there was no one there. It turned out that the procession had already gone.

The lawyer said that Chandrashekhar understood this as his insult and he got so much mental stress that he started thinking of committing suicide and sent a legal notice of Rs 50 lakh defamation accusing the groom of mental torture.

According to Chandrashekhar’s lawyer, when Chandrashekhar called up his friend Ravi, he said that he has left with the procession and you people do not need to come to the procession now. You guys go to your home.

Lawyer Bhadauria says that Chandrashekhar had come under a lot of mental stress and he was unable to bear this humiliation. He told that by giving assurance of getting justice for this humiliation, he prevented Chandrashekhar from committing suicide.

Chandrashekhar called his friend the groom and told him to send a notice of defamation. But even after this, when his friend did not take his point seriously, he sent a legal notice of Rs 50 lakh to the groom for defamation and warned him to take legal action if he did not apologize publicly in three days.

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