Defamation Case / Court summons Rahul Gandhi, Siddaramaiah and Shivkumar in defamation case

Zoom News : Jun 14, 2023, 07:49 PM
Defamation Case: The Bengaluru court on Wednesday sent summons to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy CM DK Shivakumar and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. The court has sent these summons against the three leaders for spreading false advertisements and defamatory propaganda against the BJP during the assembly elections. BJP's state secretary S Keshavprasad had filed a complaint against these three leaders on 9 May.

In this complaint, it was claimed that the then BJP government took 40 per cent commission in government contracts and looted Rs 1.5 lakh crore from the state. It has been alleged in the complaint that this advertisement has tarnished the image of BJP. At the same time, the special court will hold the next hearing in this matter on 27 July. The BJP has welcomed the court's decision.

BJP government taking 40 percent commission – Rahul

BJP tweeted that it is easy to mislead people by telling lies and spreading false propaganda. The party said that the court will give appropriate punishment. Please tell that during the Karnataka election campaign, Rahul Gandhi had fiercely targeted the BJP. Rahul had called the BJP a government that takes 40 per cent commission. Along with this, he had termed BJP as the most corrupt government of India.

Siddaramaiah-DK's problems may increase

Rahul had said that whatever work he does in Karnataka, he takes 40 percent commission. This is a government with 40 per cent commission. Please tell that there is already a defamation case against Rahul Gandhi. Because of this, his MP also went away. At the same time, after this summon, the difficulties of Siddaramaiah and DK may increase. This time in the Karnataka elections, the Congress has registered a historic victory by removing the BJP from power. BJP got 136 seats in the assembly elections.