"The society is constrained to serve upon you a show-cause notice in your individual capacity for defaming it with baseless allegations, not borne out by facts but by media manipulation, far removed from the truth," said the notice sent by the society secretary R C Thakur.
During several election rallies at different part of the country, Modi has been attacking Congress and their leaders to which we have no complaint, but his attempt to tarnish us with false and fabricated serious allegations like the Society has grabbed defence land and that it was meant for Kargil heroes and war widows has caused irreparable loss to the society and its members, the notice said. It has disturbed the social life of all the 103 families,it added.
The notice said, "In the Judicial Commission appointed by the government of Maharashtra, the additional solicitor general appearing on behalf of Union of India and ministry of defence gave up the issue of reservation of this land for kargil war widows as there exists no such reservation," and attached findings of the commission said the land was not for Kargil widows.
It sought documentary proof from Modi to back his allegations failing which an unconditional apology.
It gave Modi 72 hours to produce documents or face a defamation suit for Rs 100 crores in the Bombay high court.