In the Amit Shah defamation case, Sultanpur Court in Uttar Pradesh summons Rahul Gandhi

Congressman Rahul Gandhi has been called by the MP-MLA court in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, for a hearing on December 16 in relation to a defamation action that was filed by BJP politician Vijay Mishra. This is a major legal move. According to PTI, the lawsuit dates back to 2018, and it says that Gandhi made offensive remarks against party head Amit Shah during a press conference in Bengaluru.theindiaprint.com download 2023 11 28t084712.602

The petitioner Vijay Mishra’s attorney, Santosh Pandey, revealed that MP-MLA court judge Yogesh Yadav had previously heard the case on November 18, setting Monday as the next hearing date. Rahul Gandhi was formally called by Judge Yadav on Monday in relation to the matter.

It’s important to note that Rahul Gandhi’s conviction and punishment by a local Surat court resulted in the cancellation of his parliamentary membership. In compliance with Article 102(1)(e) of the Indian Constitution and Section 8 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, Rahul has been disqualified from Lok Sabha membership as of March 23, 2023, according to a notice released by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on Friday.

On July 6, 2019, a Patna court granted Rahul Gandhi bail in a separate defamation case. A BJP politician filed this lawsuit in response to his remarks a

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