Surat court sentenced Rahul Gandhi to two years in jail

Amaravathi: A Surat court in Gujarat today sentenced Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to two years in jail for his controversial comments on Prime Minister Modi’s surname in 2019. Rahul Gandhi found guilty under Section 504 of IPC in defamation case. On the occasion of the 2019 general elections, as part of the Kolar district election campaign in Karnataka, comments were made saying why all the thieves in the country have Modi as their family name. BJP MLA, former Gujarat minister Purnesh Modi filed a case in Surat court against these comments. After two years of investigation, the court ordered to appear personally. Rahul Gandhi appeared in the Surat court on Thursday (March 23). The court, confirming that there is all the evidence for defamation of Prime Minister Modi, sentenced Rahul Gandhi to two years imprisonment u/s 499, 500 IPC. Rahul Gandhi, who was present in the court at the time of the jail sentence, was shocked by the court’s sentence. At the same time, the Surat court also granted bail.
On Rahul Gandhi’s appeal against the sentence, the court granted him 30 days bail. The court suspended the sentence until then.

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