New Delhi: Congress leader Jayaram Ramesh apologizes for allegations against National Security Advisor Ajith Doval’s son. “I accept the congress leaders apology, but will go forward with the legal proceedings against the Caravan magazine”, said Vivek Doval. Vivek had filed a defamation suit against the Congress party and Jayaram Ramesh.
The Caravan Magazine had reported that Vivek had illegally invested Rs8,300 crore following the Demonetization. Vivek was accused of being involved in money laundering related to the British-occupied Cayman Islands. Vivek illegally opened an account in Cayman, deposited Rs8,300 crore in Indian Banks through it. Jayaram Ramesh had demanded RBI to carry out an investigation regarding this.
Vivek Doval filed the defamation suit in the Patiala House Court alleging that the allegations were baseless and that he and his company suffered huge losses following it. Vivek filed the suit against the news reporter Kaushal Shroff, Caravan Magazine and Jayaram Ramesh for raising the allegations