In defamation case, Congress President Rahul Gandhi said in court

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who is facing a criminal defamation case in connection with a controversial statement given on Modi surname during Lok Sabha elections, appeared in Surat court on Thursday. When the judge asked in court if you confessed your crime, Rahul Gandhi said – no. I do not confess the crime. The next hearing of this case will now be held on December 10 in the sessions court of Surat.

The court accepted the complaint made by BJP MLA Purnesh Modi under sections 499 and 500 of IPC.

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In fact, Rahul Gandhi during an election campaign in Kolar, Karnataka, during the Lok Sabha election campaign, on April 13, Rahul Gandhi had allegedly said that Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi, Narendra Modi… how can they all be Modi’s sub names is? How Modi is the nickname of all thieves? ”Purnesh Modi, a BJP MLA from Surat West constituency, filed a criminal defamation case against him. Chief Judicial Magistrate BH Kapadia issued summons to Rahul Gandhi in May. The court accepted the complaint made by BJP MLA Purnesh Modi under sections 499 and 500 of IPC. This section deals with criminal defamation cases. During the hearing held in July, the court granted exemption from personal appearance to Rahul Gandhi. In the complaint against Rahul Gandhi, Purnesh Modi had said that the Congress leader has defamed the entire Modi community with his remarks.

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Tight security arrangements were made for Rahul Gandhi’s arrival in Surat. Rahul Gandhi was taken to court from Surat airport amid tight security. Congress workers warmly welcomed Rahul Gandhi along the way. In the court, Rahul Gandhi sought exemption from personal appearance in the next hearing. Which was strongly opposed by the petitioner’s lawyer. However, now the court has accepted the plea of ​​Rahul Gandhi’s personal appearance and now he has got rid of the court affair. The court has fixed the next hearing of the case on 10 December

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