Gujarat court summons Rahul Gandhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi may appear in Surat court today, court has issued summons in a defamation case.

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Surat

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated to 29 October 2021 8:07 AM IS

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The controversial statement that Modi’s surname is a thief is being heard in a Surat court. Rahul Gandhi refused to plead guilty at an earlier hearing.

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Rahul Gandhi summoned by Gujarat court: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will appear in Surat court today in the Modi surname case. He was summoned by Chief Judicial Magistrate AN Dave in a defamation case in April 2019 for making controversial remarks. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi appeared in court on June 24. The testimonies of two witnesses were recorded on this occasion. Earlier, during the trial of the case in October 2019, Rahul Gandhi refused to plead guilty in court. Rahul Gandhi’s lawyer Kirit Panwala said he would appear in court from 3 pm to 6 pm.

Poornesh has filed a case against Modi

A case has been registered against BJP MLA Poornesh Modi in Gujarat for making objectionable remarks made by Rahul Gandhi during the election campaign, calling those with Modi’s surname as thieves. This matter has been heard many times in the past as well. Purnesh Modi is currently a minister in the Gujarat government. Under Bhupendra Patel’s government, he was in charge of road and building, transport, civil aviation and tourism and traveler development.

What Rahul Gandhi said
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi made a controversial remark during the Karnataka Lok Sabha election campaign on 13 April 2019. He asked why Modi was the last name for all the thieves. Why do Neerav Modi, Lalit Modi and Narendra Modi all have common surnames? During the last hearing in this case, the court recorded the statements of the then Election Officer, the Election Commission video recorder who recorded the speech.

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Gujarat court summons Rahul Gandhi: In the Modi surname case, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to appear in Surat court today. He was summoned by Chief Judicial Magistrate AN Dave in a defamation case in April 2019 for making controversial remarks. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi appeared in court on June 24. The testimonies of two witnesses were recorded on this occasion. Earlier, during the trial of the case in October 2019, Rahul Gandhi refused to plead guilty in court. Rahul Gandhi’s lawyer Kirit Panwala said he could appear in court from 3 pm to 6 pm.

Poornesh has filed a case against Modi

A case has been registered against BJP MLA Poornesh Modi in Gujarat for making objectionable remarks made by Rahul Gandhi during the election campaign, calling those with Modi’s surname as thieves. This matter has been heard many times in the past as well. Purnesh Modi is currently a minister in the Gujarat government. Under Bhupendra Patel’s government, he was in charge of road and building, transport, civil aviation and tourism and traveler development.

What Rahul Gandhi said

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi made a controversial remark during the Karnataka Lok Sabha election campaign on 13 April 2019. He asked why Modi was the last name for all the thieves. Why do Neerav Modi, Lalit Modi and Narendra Modi all have common surnames? The court recorded the video recorder statements of the then returning officer, the Election Commission, which recorded the speech at the last hearing in the case.

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