- Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal was vindicated in an assault case by a Goa court on Friday.
- The court was before going to articulate the decision on April 27, yet it was suspended to May 12.
Previous Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal was vindicated in an assault case by a Goa court on Friday. He was blamed for assaulting an associate at his magazine’s occasion at a five-star resort in North Goa in 2013 and was captured on November 30 that very year.
Tarun Tejpal denied all charges against him:
He denied all charges against him and was subsequently delivered on bail in May 2014.
Explaining the decision, Tarun Tejpal paid his accolades for his legal counsellor Rajiv Gomes, who passed on of the Covid sickness (Covid-19) a week ago.
Last week my trial lawyer, Rajiv Gomes, who died of Covid Tejpal, stated:
“A week ago, my preliminary attorney, Rajiv Gomes, kicked the bucket of Covid. Dynamic and splendid, at 47, he was near the precarious edge of a sparkling vocation as a criminal legal advisor at the public level.
No individual battled harder, and with more prominent expertise, to recover my life and notoriety,” he said.
Tejpal further said he was grateful for Judge Kshama Joshi, who articulated the judgment for ‘remaining by reality’.
In November 2013, I was falsely accused of sexual assault, says Tejpal:
“In November 2013, I was dishonestly blamed for rape by an associate. Today, the Hon’ble Trial Court of Additional Sessions Judge Kshama Joshi has decently vindicated me in Goa.
In a vitiated age, where conventional boldness has gotten uncommon, I express gratitude toward her for remaining by reality,” he said.
He additionally offered thanks to his relatives and companions for remaining by him through the ‘dim years’.
I wish to make no further statement at this time. Tarun Tejpal stated:
“I wish to offer no further expression as of now, and solicitation my family’s security be regarded as we attempt to recover our messed up lives.
I will offer an exhaustive expression at a fitting time later on,” he added.
The court announced the judgement after several rounds:
The court reported the judgment after a few rounds of deferral on account of the absence of staff individuals because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The court was before going to articulate the decision on April 27, yet it was suspended to May 12. On May 12, it was additionally conceded to May 19 and moved to May 21.