News By/Courtesy: Nikhil Verma | 26 Apr 2019 0:21am IST

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in the Supreme Court filed his testimony in response to the court’s order where he expressed his apology for the slogan “chowkidar chor hai” was blended with my statements on and references to the Supreme court’s order of 10.4.2019. Rahul Gandhi gave the statement in “the heat of political barnstorm” in Rafael case against the Prime Minister to the Supreme Court. Congress president stressed that it was not his motive to drag the court into the current election tussle.

The Supreme Court explained that in their Rafael verdict that there was no purpose for it to remark of the derisive observation that “chowkidar Narendra Modi Chor hain” as spoken by Rahul Gandhi. The supreme court on a petition filed by BJP Meenakshi Lekhi has instructed Rahul Gandhi to give his clarification seeking criminal disdain proceeding for the malice statement. The court’s proceeding will surely rock polity and structure diplomatic discussion for the unfinished period of the Lok Sabha.

Calling him “con of the first order” in the opinion of people, Bhartiya Janata Party has asked for an expression of regret. BJP spokesperson GVL Narsimha Rao in a press conference said that “by filing a testimony in the Supreme Court Rahul has admitted that he had lied on his accusations against Narendra Modi on the Rafael issue. This was an effort to mislead the public and create a dissension. He should apologise before the country.  Following the act of apology in the Supreme Court, Congress chief in order to strengthen the expression of “chowkidar chor hain” again used this slogan in election rally of Amethi. The slogan was further uttered in Raibareli rally. The social media platforms also saw the using of the slogan.

Section Editor: Shreyashi Tiwari | 26 Apr 2019 1:45am IST

Tags : #Contempt #Proceedings #Rahul_Gandhi #Chowkidaar_Chor_Hai

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