$10,000 Reward for Serving Summons to PM Modi
American Justice Center (AJC) is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone who will serve PM Modi during his US trip.
AJC, the plaintiff, in the genocide case against Indian PM Modi has announced $10,000 Reward for anyone, including professional process servers, who will serve PM Modi with court summons and complaint during his visit to the United States.
Summons for PM Modi can be downloaded HERE.
Guidelines for Service of Summons
- As per the US Laws, anyone over the age of 18 can serve the summons and complaint.
- As per the US law, summons and complaint do not have to be handed to PM Modi,,,INSTEAD, if papers are thrown towards Modi from a distance of several feet along with verbal announcement “here are the court summons and complaint filed against you,” service, as per the law is considered accomplished.
- During his trip to US, Modi will be in New York and Washington DC and will be attending several public events where he will be within several feet of the public to throw summons and complaint at him and earn $10,000.
Note that Servers have to be cognizant of the heavy security blanket surrounding PM Modi. AJC is not liable for the safety, security and well-being of the servers.
The reward is contingent upon the service being valid and acceptable to the court. Only the first person who brings proof of service to AJC will receive the award.
Here is the last known schedule and Itinerary of Mr. Modi:
- Meeting with former New York City’s mayor Michael Bloomberg.
- Pay homage to 9/11 memorial in New York.
- Address the 69th session of United Nations general assembly in New York.
- Speech at Global Citizen’s Festival at Central Park in New York.
- Meeting with “distinguished” people of Indian origin.
- Speech to an audience of 18,000 people at New York City’s iconic sports and entertainment arena Madison Square Garden.
- Meeting members of the Sikh community from the US and Canada.
- Meeting the American Jewish community.
- Indian ambassador to US S. Jaishankar will be hosting a dinner where Modi will meet some top non-resident Indians.
- Meeting with Nikki Haley, governor of South Carolina.
- Breakfast with 11 chief executives of some of the top US companies, including Eric Schmidt of Google, Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo, Ajaypal Singh Banga of Mastercard.
- One-on-one meetings with six chief executives. They are: W James McNerney Jr., chairman of Boeing; Laurence D Fink, CEO of BlackRock; Ginni Rometti, president and CEO of IBM; Jeff Immelt, CEO of General Electric, Lloyd C Blankfein; chairman of Goldman Sachs.
- Meeting with Bill and Hillary Clinton in New York City.
- Private dinner with US president Barack Obama (although Modi will be fasting).
- Visit to the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King memorial and Mahatma Gandhi statue in Washington.
- Lunch meeting with vice president Joe Biden and secretary of state John Kerry.
- Meeting with around 300 members of US-India Business Council in Washington.
- Meeting with the House leadership and speaker John Boehner.
- Meeting with Obama in Washington.
- Meeting with governor of Maryland Martin O’ Malley.