Rahul Gandhi’s 2018 Defamation Lawsuit Heard On June 7, By Sultanpur Court

GG News Bureau

Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, 27th May. In the 2018 case against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for allegedly offensive remarks about Union Home Minister Amit Shah, an MP-MLA court in Sultanpur has set June 7 as the next hearing date.

The defamation complaint was filed by BJP leader and former district vice president Vijay Mishra. Rahul Gandhi was scheduled to appear in court today, but his attorney filed an application stating that the Congressman is preoccupied with the general election campaigns of 2024.
However, Santosh Pandey, the petitioner’s attorney, objected to it. The next hearing date was set by the court for June 7.

Rahul Gandhi was supposed to appear at Sultanpur’s MP MLA court today, according to attorney Santosh Pandey, who spoke to ANI. Due to Rahul Gandhi’s busy schedule campaigning for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, his attorney filed a plea for an adjournment. I objected to it. The next day, set by the court for June 7, is Rahul Gandhi’s final chance to appear.
Complainant Vijay Mishra stated, “I was the vice president of the BJP when this incident happened,” in an earlier interview with ANI about the issue. In Bengaluru, Rahul Gandhi had charged Amit Shah with murder. I am a 33-year-old party employee, thus I was deeply offended to hear these charges. Through my attorney, I made a complaint about this, and it persisted for nearly 5 years.

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