RSS Defamation Case : Rahul Gandhi Feeled ‘Not Guilty’
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RSS Defamation Case : Rahul Gandhi Feeled ‘Not Guilty’


Congress president, Rahul Gandhi will face trial in a defamation case filed against him by Rss(Rashtriya Sweyamsevak Sangh).

On Tuesday Rahul Gandhi appeared in local court of Bhiwandi and found ‘not guilty’ in charges under IPC section 499(defamation) and 500(punishment of defamation) which attract simple imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or fine, or both.

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Rahul Gandhi gave speech in one of his rally on March 6,2014 and in his speech he said that organization is responsible for the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. He also said that “RSS people killed Gandhiji and today their people (BJP) talk of him...They opposed Sardar Patel and Gandhiji.” Rajesh Kunte, secretary of the Bhiwandi unit of the RSS registered an FIR against Mr. Gandhi.

Mr. Kunte have told that Mr. Gandhi admitted to have made these remarks in his speech. Mr Gandhi was taken to the witness box and Judges read out the charges against him.

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Civil Judge A.I Shaik said that “You have defamed the complainant’s organisation and have said, RSS ke logon ne goli maari aur sardar patel ne likha hain. Therefore, the reputation of the complainant and the organisation was harmed under section 499 and section 500.”

Responding upon this charge Rahul Gandhi said that “I plead not guilty.”Rahul Gandhi was represented by advocates Sudeep Pasbola and Kushal Mor.

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