AAP accuses PTC channel for spreading misinformation against H.S.Phoolka's share in toll plaza
We have made com,plaint to Election Commission: Navkiran Singh
5 DARIYA NEWS
5 Dariya News
Chandigarh , 21 Jan 2017
Navkiran Singh Senior lawyer and chairman of human right wing of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today alleged that PTC news channel owned by Badal family had launched vilification campaign to defame AAP and Phoolka. The channel has made false allegations that H.S.Phoolka AAP cxandidate from Mullapur Dakha is having shares in Noida Toll Plaza.Addressing media Navkiran Singh said that that channel was spreading misinformation and indulging into corrupt practices as per provisions of Representation of the People Act 1951.Nankiran Singh who has sent a notice against PTC channel to the Election Commission said that the recent incident of January 20, relating to a news in which false information has been spread by the channel by way of interview of Manpreet Singh Ayali who alleged that Harvinder Singh Phoolka is a partner in the business of running the toll tax barrier of Noida along with Jagdish Tytler (an accused in the 1984 genocide) and Robert Wadra (son in law of Sonia Gandhi) and other congress leaders.
Navkiran Singh said that Phoolka held no interest in the said business, rather his wife owns shares amounting to Rs. 1 lakh and odd in the Noida Toll Bridge Co. Ltd. which is a public limited company and around 82,000 people own shares of the said company. He said that Phoolka and his wife were not even directors or in any of the managing committee as are being maliciously advertised by the disinformation campaign started by PTC channel.Navkiran Singh said that Phoolka had declared in his Form 26 filed along with his nomination papers that he has movable property in the form of shares worth Rs. 8000 in Reliance Petrochemicals Ltd. and his wife has shares worth Rs. 1,03,400/- in Noida Toll Bridge Co Ltd. (Noida Toll Plaza).He said that PTC channel is misusing its position and committing an offence under section 123(4) of the Representation of People Act 1951 and also violating the fundamental rights of the citizens as provided under Article 19 of the constitution of India and has committed serious offence and needs to be ordered to be off air till the election process is over in Punjab. Navkiran Singh has demanded strict and immediate action against the channel for spreading misinformation and promoting ruling party agenda.