The leader of the cong Jairam Ramesh granted bail in a defamation case presented by the son of NSA Ajit Doval

NEW DELHI: On Thursday, A Delhi Court Granted Bail To Jairam Ramesh Under Personal Bail And A Bail Of 20,000 Rupees Each In A Criminal Defamation Case Against Him And The Caravan Magazine For - The Son Of NSA Ajit Doval, Informed The News Agency ANI.

The Court Has Set The Next Hearing Date As May 27.

The Tribunal Made Defamation Charges Against Ramesh And Others After The Three Defendants Declared Innocent In The Case Presented By Vivek Doval, According To PTI.

Last Month, The Court Granted An Exemption To The Congress Leader Of The Personal Presentation, But Ordered Him To Be Present Before Him On May 9 In A Case Of Defamation Filed Against Him.

The Court Had Previously Summoned Ramesh, The Editor Of The Caravan And His Reporter As Accused In The Defamation Allegation, Pointing Out That The Accusations In The Magazine Were Presumably Defamatory And Referred To Vivek And, Therefore, He Was A Person Wronged

In His Complaint, Vivek Had Said That The Magazine And Ramesh Had Tried" Deliberately Evil And Defile" Him To" Set Accounts With His Father" .

The Caravan Had Alleged That Vivek Doval, Manages A Coverage Fund In The Cayman Islands Which Is A Established Fiscal Paradise .

Vivek, In His Complaint, Also Said That Ramesh Had Held A Press Conference On January 17, Reiterating The" Unfounded And Unfounded Acts" As Narrated In The Article.