Rahul’s appearance in Chaibasa court on March 27, MP-MLA court rejected relief petition

Chaibasa:  Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was summoned by Chaibasa MP MLA court on March 27. He has been issued a notice by the court. The court has asked him to appear physically on March 27. On Saturday, Justice Rishi Kumar of the MP-MLA Court has rejected Rahul Gandhi’s petition seeking relief from the non-bailable warrant. 

Notice has been issued to Rahul Gandhi regarding his controversial remarks on Amit Shah. The matter is six years old. This petition was filed by BJP leader Pratap Katihar in 2018. A petition was filed in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Chaibasa.

In this, Rahul was accused of making objectionable remarks about Home Minister Amit Shah. Advocate Keshav Prasad said that the court had issued a bailable warrant in April 2022 but he did not come. Then on February 27 this year, a non-bailable warrant was issued.

On this, Rahul, through his lawyer, had requested for exemption from appearance, which has been rejected by the court. After which he was ordered to be physically present. The matter is of the year 2018. During that time, in the Congress session held in Chaibasa, Rahul had said that any murderer in BJP can become the national president. 

At that time, the current Home Minister Amit Shah was holding the post of National President of BJP. State Vice President of BJP Yuva Morcha Pratap Katiyar had filed a case in the CGM Court of Chaibasa against this statement of Rahul. The case filed in Chaibasa was transferred to the MP-MLA court in Ranchi for hearing. Later, after the MP-MLA court started in Chaibasa, it was again transferred to Chaibasa.

During the hearing here, Justice Rishi Kumar rejected the petition filed by Rahul Gandhi and gave notice to appear. Three cases are pending against Rahul Gandhi in Jharkhand. The first case is of Naveen Jha. He has filed a case in the lower court of Ranchi against the objectionable remarks made on Amit Shah.

Another case in Amit Shah’s case was filed by BJP leader Pratap Kumar in Chaibasa court. Chaibasa Court had also issued a bailable warrant, to cancel which Rahul Gandhi had filed a petition in the High Court. After the hearing, the High Court had asked to implement the decision of the lower court. 

The third case is of the year 2019 in which Rahul Gandhi’s meeting was held at Morhabadi Ground in Ranchi during the Lok Sabha election campaign. Here too he had made objectionable remarks.

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