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Rahul Gandhi habitual of making defamatory comments: Ritika Trehan
3/24/2023 10:53:04 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 24: BJP Mahila Morcha J&K Spokesperson Ritika Trehan today slammed Congress for questioning the court's order sentencing Congress MP Rahul Gandhi to two years' imprisonment in a 2019 criminal defamation case filed against him over his 'Modi surname' remark. Reacting over Congress protest in favour of Rahul Gandhi, Ritika said Rahul is prone to ruffle feathers, as has been witnessed on several instances. The ease with which he permits his sharp wit to get the better of him seems to come in the way of his ability to strike a balance in his public observations. Rahul Gandhi has always invited controversies with his immature statements, added Ritika.
Ritika observed that recently Rahul Gandhi has gone like an unguided missile with a series of statements adding that the Constitution does not give anyone the right to make defamatory speeches. She said Rahul Gandhi is a Member of Parliament, and law is made in the Parliament, if a member of Parliament breaks the law, it will leave a wrong message. Claiming that it is habitual of Rahul Gandhi to give defamatory speeches, she added, "In 2015, Rahul Gandhi made a statement that the RSS was involved in the murder of Mahatma Gandhi. A court summons was issued and he challenged in the Bombay High Court, which rejected his plea. Even the Supreme Court rejected his application and the case trial is going on."
Ritika said there is rule of law in the country and it will prevail," she said, adding the former Congress president has a history of making defamatory comments and unfounded allegations. She ursda slammed the Congress over its criticism of Rahul's convictions.The law of India has it that if an individual or an organisation has been defamed with scurrilous statements, scandalous comments, abuses or any defamatory remarks, then he has a right to seek redress. Congress questioning the Court's order show that the party does not believe in the judiciary, she said. Rahul Gandhi insulted people with Modi surname with his comments, asserting that it is "very much defamatory.
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