Rahul Gandhi did not accept his guilt in the defamation case

10 Oct 2019 11:58 AM

Rahul Gandhi did not accept his guilt in the defamation case

Updated 10 Oct 2019 11:58 AM

Rahul Gandhi was summoned in a Surat court in relation to a Defamation case. Accused Rahul Gandhi did not accept his guilt and is now called on an another date by the court.

During the Lok Sabha elections, he had said "why all thieves share the Modi surname" on which BJP MLA Purnesh Modi filed a complaint against him under section 499/500 of the CrPC. Chief Judicial Magistrate B H Kapadia issued summons to Rahul Gandhi in May. 

Rahul Gandhi has also been taken to Bhiwandi court in Mumbai for a comment against the RSS.

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