The Local Court of Ahmedabad has granted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi bail. The Metropolitan Court asked Rahul Gandhi, if you have committed a crime, then Rahul did not answer it. Rahul Gandhi had applied for bail in the court. Court has accepted Rahul’s bail application.
After Mumbai, Patna, the former Congress president Rahul Gandhi was present on Friday in the local court of Ahmedabad. They lodged a case of defamation in Ahmedabad in connection with a statement given by Rahul Gandhi during a ban on corruption. The court heard the case today, in which the judge accepted Rahul’s bail application.
During the hearing, the court had directed Rahul Gandhi to appear. Rahul Gandhi and Randeep Surjewala accused the District Cooperative Bank of blackmailing during the ban. After this, the ADC bank and its chairman Ajay Patel filed a defamation case against Rahul Gandhi. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had appeared in the Metropolitan Court of Ahmedabad in the ADC Bank defamation case.
Earlier, with a defamation case, the court had heard in April and then the court had ordered Rahul Gandhi to appear on May 27, but Rahul Gandhi had appealed to the court to give him more time. The court accepted this demand and they ordered Rahul Gandhi to appear before the court on July 12.
Rahul Got bail in two cases
Earlier, Rahul Gandhi has got bail in two other cases of defamation. Rahul Gandhi got bail from a civil court in Patna. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi appeared in Patna Civil Court on July 6 with defamation where he got bail. Rahul Gandhi got bail on a personal bond of 10 thousand rupees. Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi had filed a defamation case against Congress leader.
Similarly, a Mumbai court granted bail to Rahul Gandhi on a personal bond of Rs 15,000 in a defamation suit filed by an RSS worker. During a brief hearing, Rahul Gandhi said in connection with the allegations made against him by a Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) worker that he is not guilty.
RSS activist Dhritiman Joshi filed a defamation case against Rahul for linking Bangalore’s journalist Gauri Lankesh in connection with the assassination in 2017 to a South-based organization.