Rahul Gandhi gets bail from court in defamation case
Rahul Gandhi gets bail from court in defamation case

In the 2018 defamation case, former Congress national president and MP Rahul Gandhi was granted bail. In the continuing case here, MP Rahul Gandhi made an appearance in Sultanpur court on Tuesday to answer allegations that he made lewd remarks about Union Home Minister Amit Shah. The Congress leader showed up under tight protection, and the court granted him bail.

Santosh Pandey, an advocate, provided information regarding Congressman Rahul Gandhi’s release on bail from the District Court. Rahul Gandhi turned himself in before the court today, he claimed. After he turned himself in, the court detained him for thirty to forty-five minutes. Following that, he entered and was granted bail (by the court).

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Santosh Pandey, an advocate, stated that Rahul Gandhi has submitted his local bond. He was given bail on a security of Rs 25,000 each and a bail bond of Rs 25,000. A new date has not yet been announced. According to his attorney, he was blameless and had not uttered any disparaging remarks.

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