Rahul Gandhi asked to appear on October 29 in defamation case by Gujarat court.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. File Image.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. File Image.

A justice court in Surat has guided Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi to show up before it on October 29 to record his assertion regarding a criminal maligning body of evidence against him over his comment on the “Modi family name”.

On Monday, Chief Judicial Magistrate A Dave requested that Gandhi show up on October 29 to record his assertion further, after the declaration of two new observers were taken since the Congress chief last showed up under the steady gaze of the court on June 24 this year.

Preceding it, Gandhi had showed up under the steady gaze of the court in October 2019 and argued not liable for his remark.

“The court on Monday orally guided Rahul Gandhi to show up on October 29 to record his further assertion over the declarations of two new observers. He is probably going to stay present under the watchful eye of the court between 3 pm and 6 pm on that day,” Gandhi’s legal counselor Kirit Panwala said.

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BJP official from Surat, Purnesh Modi, had documented a grievance against Gandhi in April 2019 under Indian Penal Code Sections 499 and 500, that arrangement with maligning.

In his grumbling, the MLA had affirmed that Gandhi while tending to a survey mobilize in 2019 maligned the whole Modi people group by saying “why every one of the cheats have Modi as the normal last name?”

Purnesh Modi is currently a pastor in the new Gujarat government drove by Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, holding the arrangement of street and building, transport, common flying, and the travel industry and journey advancement. PTI

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