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Rahul Gandhi convicted for criminal defamation, LS seat is at stake

Rahul Gandhi convicted for criminal defamation, LS seat is at stake

Ex President & Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was found guilty and sentenced to two years in prison today in a 2019 criminal defamation case over his remarks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's surname by a court in Gujarat's Surat. However, he was granted bail and his sentence was suspended for 30 days to let him appeal the decision.

This specific case was filed against Rahul Gandhi by BJP MLA and former Gujarat minister Purnesh Modi for saying "How come all thieves have the common surname Modi?"

The Lok Sabha MP from Wayanad made the remarks while addressing a rally at Kolar in Karnataka ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, targetting PM Modi over his last name which he shares with fugitive businessmen Nirav Modi and Lalit Modi.

 

Rahul Gandhi convicted for criminal defamation, LS seat is at stake

Rahul Gandhi convicted for criminal defamation, LS seat is at stake

Ex President & Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was found guilty and sentenced to two years in prison today in a 2019 criminal defamation case over his remarks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's surname by a court in Gujarat's Surat. However, he was granted bail and his sentence was suspended for 30 days to let him appeal the decision.

This specific case was filed against Rahul Gandhi by BJP MLA and former Gujarat minister Purnesh Modi for saying "How come all thieves have the common surname Modi?"

The Lok Sabha MP from Wayanad made the remarks while addressing a rally at Kolar in Karnataka ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, targetting PM Modi over his last name which he shares with fugitive businessmen Nirav Modi and Lalit Modi.

 

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