After getting criminal contempt notice from Supreme Court of India on his remarks on Rafale issue, Congress president Rahul Gandhi once again got stuck into a controversy as he had recently called BJP President Amit Shah ‘murder accused’ during an election rally at Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. A defamation complaint was filed against Rahul Gandhi for this blatant false remark on Wednesday.
Now, a metropolitan court in Gujarat on Friday had ordered an inquiry into this blatant lie of Congress president Rahul Gandhi based on the complaint filed by BJP’s Khadia councillor Krishnavadan Brahmbhatt as reported by DNA. The Court will decide on the 30th of April on whether to take notice of the complaint or not.
Brambhatt’s lawyer Prakash Patel told that, “Thereafter, the court recorded the deposition of Brahmbhatt and two of his witnesses—Jigesh Dani and Umang Naik—in the case and adjourned the hearing till April 30, when it will decide on whether to take cognizance in the case and issue summons to Gandhi, or not”.