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Washington: An Indian-American doctor has filed a suit against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy and veteran businessman Gautam Adani over corruption, use of Pegasus spyware and other issues.
The US District Court of Colombia has issued summons to all these people. Eminent Indian-American attorney from New York Ravi Batra called it a “vain lawsuit”.
Richmond-based gastroenterologist Dr. Lokesh Vuyurru has filed this suit against Prime Minister Modi, Reddy and Adani. The name of Professor Klaus Schwab, the president and founder of the ‘World Economic Forum’, is also included in this case.
The doctor, who hails from Andhra Pradesh, has alleged that Prime Minister Modi, Reddy, Adani and others are indulging in corruption, including large-scale cash transfers in the US and the use of spy software Pegasus against political opponents.
However, the doctor has not presented any evidence in this regard. The suit was filed by the doctor on 24 May, after which the court issued summons on 22 July. He was summoned in India on 4 August and Schwab on 2 August in Switzerland.
When asked about the matter, Batra said that the doctor has a lot of wasted time. He said it was a ‘vain case.’