Demand for reinstatement of Rahul Gandhi’s membership intensifies, now Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary writes letter to Lok Sabha Speaker

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Rahul Gandhi defamation case: After Congress leader Rahul Gandhi got relief from the Supreme Court, now the demand for restoring his membership has intensified. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Saturday (August 5).

Earlier in the Lok Sabha, the Congress leader had also sought time to meet Om Birla. Rahul Gandhi’s membership was demanded to be restored immediately. The speaker had said that he is waiting for the copy of the Supreme Court order.

In fact, after the Surat court sentenced Rahul Gandhi to two years, the Lok Sabha Secretariat issued a notification canceling his membership of the Lok Sabha. In this charge, Rahul Gandhi was given the maximum punishment by the Surat court. That is, if the lower court had reduced the sentence even by a day, then Rahul Gandhi’s parliament membership would not have been affected.

What was demanded in the letter?

The letter reads, “The Supreme Court has stayed the conviction and sentence of Rahul Gandhi, Lok Sabha member representing Wayanad constituency of Kerala, on August 4, which was ordered by the Surat Court in Gujarat. Request I request that the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi be set aside. I appeal to you to restore Rahul Gandhi’s membership with immediate effect.”

what is the whole matter

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi got a big relief on Friday (August 4). The Supreme Court stayed his sentence in the Modi surname defamation case. In fact, during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, at a rally in Kolar, Karnataka, Rahul Gandhi had said, ‘How come all thieves have Modi as their surname?’ Regarding this, BJP MLA and former Gujarat minister Purnesh Modi had filed a defamation case against Rahul Gandhi.

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