Richa Chadha shares a copy of court order after Payal Ghosh refuses to apologise

Richa Chadha took to her Instagram handle to share the copy of court order. Her post came after Payal Ghosh’s tweet. ”I am not apologizing to anyone. I have not wronged nor have I given a wrong statement about anyone. I just said what @anuragkashyap72 told me. #SorryNotSorry”, she tweeted.

I am not apologizing to anyone. I have not wronged nor have I given a wrong statement about anyone. I just said what @anuragkashyap72 told me. #SorryNotSorry

Payal Ghosh

I hv nothing to do wd Ms Chadda.We as women hv got 2stand wd each other,shoulder to shoulder.I don’t want any unintentional harrasment to her or me on this matter. My fight 4justice is against only Mr. Kashyap &I want 2focus solely on dt ryt now.Lets make d world c his true face.

Richa captioned the post as, ”WE WON! Satyamev Jayate!

Grateful to the Hon. Bombay High Court for justice ! The order is now in public record, freely available for all on the High Court website.

Thank you for your support, next hearing (for settlement) is on the 12th as is mentioned in the order. 🙏🏽”.

Check out the copy here:

WE WON! Satyamev Jayate!

Grateful to the Hon. Bombay High Court for justice ! The order is now in public record, freely available for all on the High Court website.

Thank you for your support, next hearing (for settlement) is on the 12th as is mentioned in the order. 🙏🏽

A few days back, in an interview to a news channel, Payal reportedly accused filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of sexual misconduct. She even named three Bollywood actors – Richa, Huma Qureshi and Mahie Gill. Post that, the ‘Panga’ actress dragged Ghosh to court alleging that she had falsely involved her into the case.

Her lawyer issued a statement on Twitter, ”Our Client Ms. Richa Chadha, condemns the act of her name being unnecessarily and falsely dragged in a derogatory manner into controversies and allegations being recently raised by third parties. Though our Client believes that genuinely wronged women should get justice at all costs, there are legislations that are intended to ensure that women have an equal standing in their workplace and to ensure that they have a cordial workplace in which their dignity and self-respect is protected.”

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