The Delhi High Court on Friday restrained AAP leaders Saurabh Bhardwaj, Sanjay Singh, Durgesh Pathak and Dilip Kumar Pandey from making defamatory allegations against former BJP vice president Shyam Jaju and his son Sandesh Jaju. .Justice Navin Chawla passed an interim order directing the AAP leaders to take down such posts on social media and also restrained the AAP leaders from making any further allegations against Jaju and his son..The Court held that a prima facie case was made out for grant of interim relief."Defendants 1-4 are directed to take down the defamatory content relating to the plaintiffs within 2 days failing which the defendants 5-17 (social media intermediaries and digital portals) shall remove them after notice. Defendants are further directed to restrain themselves from publishing or disseminating any further defamatory content against the plaintiffs," the order said.The Court was hearing a defamation suit filed by Jaju. .The AAP leaders had in a press conference held on January 22, alleged that Delhi BJP leader Adesh Gupta and Shyam Jaju's son had made illegal earnings through a company named Majboot Solutions Private Limited.Following this, Jaju sent a legal notice to the AAP leaders demanding that they take back the allegations made against his son and delete all social media references to the same.The suit was filed through advocate Samapika Biswal and the arguments were led by Senior Advocate Mahesh Jethmalani.