Rahul Gandhi: Two-year jail for India's Congress leader for defamation
Today Surat Court will decide on the defamation case against Rahul Gandhi, this is a matter of Modi's surname remark
Lok Sabha member Rahul Gandhi from Wayanad made these remarks in a public meeting held in Kolar, Karnataka before the 2019 general elections. During that time, he made a remark on the nickname Modi, against which BJP leader of Gujarat Puranesh Modi filed a defamation case against Rahul Gandhi.
Rahul Gandhi gets two years imprisonment in defamation case filed in Surat, granted bail
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was convicted by a Surat court on March 23, 2023, in a defamation case filed by BJP legislator Purnesh Modi over Mr Gandhi’s alleged remark over “Modi surname” during 2019 parliamentary polls.
Indian court orders Rahul Gandhi to two years in jail for Modi comment
A lower court in India sentenced opposition leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday to two years in jail on charges of defamation for a 2019 speech in which he referred to thieves as having the surname Modi.
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