Rahul Gandhi‘s request for an urgent hearing in the defamation case was allowed by the Supreme Court. Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, has asked the Supreme Court to hear his appeal on July 21 in an effort to overturn the Gujarat High Court’s decision to uphold his conviction in a criminal defamation case. Rahul Gandhi was given a two-year prison term by a Surat court for his statement about the “Modi surname.”
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Rahul Gandhi’s senior attorney, Abhishek Manu Singhvi, requested an immediate hearing on his behalf. Rahul Gandhi was given a 2-year term in the defamation case by the sessions court in Surat on March 23, 2023. Rahul’s MP had gone after this decision.