Mallikarjun Kharge, the national president of the Congress, is under fire for his comments regarding the Bajrang Dal during the Karnataka elections. He has been sent a summons in a defamation lawsuit worth Rs 100 crore by the Sangrur court in Punjab.
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Ramandeep Kaur, the Chief Civil Judge of Sangrur (Senior Division), has ordered Kharge to appear before the court on July 10.
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Following Hitesh Bhardwaj’s petition to the Hindu Security Council, action was taken against Kharge. Al Qaeda, SIMMI, and PFI were mentioned in comparisons of Bajrang to such anti-national groups. The petitioner described it as a disparaging remark directed at Bajrang Dal.