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The Delhi High Court on Monday said that Union Minister Smriti Irani and her daughter Zoish are not the owners of the Goa restaurant. No license was ever issued in their favour, the court said.

The order of the court was pronounced after Smriti Irani filed a civil defamation suit against Congress leaders who alleged that the minister's daughter was running an illegal bar in Goa.

"Smriti Irani and her daughter are not the owners of the restaurant. Smriti Irani or her daughter never applied for a license," the court



said.

"Neither the restaurant, nor the land is owned by Smriti Irani or her daughter," the Delhi HC said.

Smriti Irani had sent notices to Congress leaders Pawan Khera, Jairam Ramesh and Netta D’Souza and the Congress party for ‘conspiring to launch a series of scathing and belligerent personal attacks with the oblique motive to malign, defame and injure’.

The BJP leader sought an apology from the Congress and its leaders for their "baseless and false" allegations against her and her daughter.
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