Rahul Gandhi News / Rahul Gandhi stuck again, had commented on Amit Shah - UP court summoned him

Zoom News : Nov 30, 2023, 03:15 PM
Rahul Gandhi News: Former BJP party official and lawyer by profession Vijay Mishra has filed a case in his complaint regarding Rahul Gandhi's 2018 statement. It has been complained that Rahul Gandhi had called Home Minister Amit Shah a “murderer” in Bengaluru in 2018, for which action should be taken against him. He said that there should be a minimum punishment of two years.

Earlier, Surat Court had also sentenced Rahul Gandhi to 2 years imprisonment in a similar case and after which his Lok Sabha membership was cancelled. The sword was hanging when he contested the Lok Sabha elections. Later, after the intervention of the Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi got relief and his membership was reinstated. In such a situation, Congress has already become aggressive regarding this new matter.

BJP people keep plotting – Ashok Gehlot

Congress MP Manig Tagaro said in a tweet that this is an attempt to suppress Rahul Gandhi's voice. Congress leader Manik Tagore while targeting BJP in this matter said that it is a continuous attempt to suppress the voice of Rahul Gandhi but we are not going to bow down in this matter. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot commented on the issue of summons being sent to Rahul Gandhi. He said that BJP people keep plotting conspiracies continuously. Now their conspiracy will not succeed in 2024. These people also put pressure on the judiciary.

Rahul Gandhi will have to fight a legal battle

Although only a few months are left for the Lok Sabha elections, the way the summons has been issued, Rahul Gandhi will have to fight a legal battle in this also. In such a situation, it is natural for Congress to raise its eyebrows after Surat. The Congress leader was sentenced to two years in prison by a lower court in Surat in the month of June. Soon after this, Rahul Gandhi's membership of Parliament was cancelled. Later, Rahul Gandhi also went to Sessions Court and High Court but there was no relief. Later, after the intervention of the Supreme Court, he got relief and his membership was reinstated.

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