'Why Modi is the surname of all the thieves?' Surat court will give a verdict today on this statement of Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi Modi Surname Case: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi will appear in Surat court today. Where the verdict can be pronounced today in a case going on against him. The atmosphere in Surat is heated regarding the appearance of Rahul Gandhi.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will reach Gujarat today. Where an important hearing is to be held in the court today in a case going on against him. The decision of the court can also come in this matter today. Congress leaders and workers have made special preparations for Rahul Gandhi's visit to Gujarat. Even though this visit of Rahul Gandhi is not a political visit. But senior leaders of Gujarat Congress have already reached out regarding his arrival in Surat. In fact, on March 23, the defamation case filed against Rahul Gandhi is to be heard in the Surat court. The court is expected to pronounce its verdict in this matter today. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi had given a statement in 2019 regarding the Modi surname. There were a lot of controversies. The matter reached the court and today the time has come for its decision.
The matter in which Rahul Gandhi is to appear in the Surat court today is linked to a three-year-old statement. In fact, on 13 April 2019, Rahul Gandhi gave a controversial statement on the Modi surname in a public meeting held in Kolar, Karnataka. He reportedly said, "Why is Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi, or Narendra Modi's surname common? Why is the surname of all thieves Modi?
Rahul Gandhi made this statement during the campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. On which the BJP leader of Gujarat filed a defamation case. A petition was filed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA and former Gujarat minister Purnesh Modi against Rahul's remarks. After which the hearing of the case started. According to media reports, Rahul Gandhi has appeared thrice in the Surat court in this matter.
Gujarat Congress state president Jagdish Thakor tweeted on Rahul Gandhi's Surat visit, writing that the party will not bow down to the "dictatorship of BJP" and appealed to people to turn up in large numbers to welcome Rahul Gandhi.
Gujarat Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi said, Rahul Gandhi, will be present in the court (on Thursday) during the pronouncement of the verdict in the defamation case filed against him. He (Rahul) has made it clear that whatever the court's decision, he will respect it.
Meanwhile, Gujarat Pradesh Congress President (GPCC) president Jagdish Thakor, party legislature party leader Amit Chavda, Gujarat in-charge of All India Congress Committee (AICC) Raghu Sharma and several senior Congress leaders, including MLAs, are already in Surat for Rahul Gandhi's arrival in Surat today. are present in Thakor told that Gandhi would appear in the Surat court at nine in the morning.