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Coal Scam Navin Jindal Zee News Accuse Each other Rs. 100 Crore Blackmail

 Updated on Saturday, October 27, 2012
Coal Scam Navin Jindal Zee News Accuse Each other Rs. 100 Crore Blackmail

Congress MP and Jindal Power and Steel Ltd chairman Naveen Jindal today in a press conference accused zee news channel attempted to extort Rs 100 crore from him for not airing stories against his company in coal block allocation.

But Zee news denied the charge.

Mr. Jindal told to media that the Zee executives demanded Rs 20 crore for four years.
They later raised the demand to Rs 100 crore for not broadcasting stories against the company in relation to allocation of coal blocks

Jindal also showed the CD about meetings held between Zee News executives and his own company executives.

Jindal also released tapes showing the conversation between Zee Business Editor Sameer Ahluwalia and his team members.

Zee news on its own channels said that Zee News has been the forerunner in "exposing" Jindal's "double standard" as a politician and industrialist in the Coalgate scam.

"To suppress the coverage that Zee News was telecasting on Coalgate, corporate communications team from JSPL first tried to bribe Samir Ahluwalia with Rs 25 crore which he declined straightaway.


In this case, who is guilty and Indian Judiciary will decide who is not guilty?

How can Zee News prove that zee news did not try to black mail Jindal?

It’s very easy by exposing Coal Scam by using its own investigating team and proving that what others cannot do  we  that is  Zee News can do it and this is reason  rich people and politicians try to bribe our executives

Updated on Saturday, October 27, 2012
Zee News has sent Rs 150 crore-defamation notice to Congress MP and industrialist Naveen Jindal, who too had filed Rs 200 crore cases against Zee News claiming the TV channel had tried to extort money from his company.

In a statement zee, news said that
Zee News has granted a three-day time period to Mr. Naveen Jindal to withdraw all his unsubstantiated and defamatory allegations against Zee News, failing which Mr. Jindal would face civil and criminal actions initiated by Zee News,”

On Thursday, JSPL had filed a defamation suit for Rs 200 crore against four executives of Zee at Mumbai High Court.

“Notices for which have already been issued to Subhash Chandra, Puneet Goenka, Sudhir Chaudhary, and Sameer Ahluwalia of Zee News and Zee Business.

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16 comments:

Renu October 26, 2012  

I hope they do it..

Arti October 26, 2012  

Scams galore in our country!! Such a shame.
Nice informative post sm.

anney October 26, 2012  

Lots of scams are happening in the world! Why can't people be nice?

AguiLeon October 27, 2012  

i have many scam message in my email my be 15,000

deeps October 27, 2012  

it s like if we dont get to read some scam news every day something is incomplete...

And October 27, 2012  

Nice post!
There are somethings that I just can't understand...