Amit Shah was acquitted in 2014, yet Rahul Gandhi told the murderer in 2018, the Congress leader was told a liar in the HC
Naveen Kumar Jha, who filed a defamation case against Rahul in Ranchi, said that Amit Shah was acquitted in the murder case in 2014 itself.
It seems that the difficulties of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, trapped in the case of calling Amit Shah a murderer, are going to increase further. He had requested the Jharkhand High Court to acquit him of the defamation case. But the complainant has filed a counter affidavit saying that Rahul Gandhi is a complete liar. The allegation he made against the then President of BJP, Amit Shah, is beyond facts.
Naveen Kumar Jha, who filed a defamation case against Rahul in Ranchi, said that Amit Shah was acquitted in the murder case in 2014 itself. On 30 December 2014, the Sessions Court of Greater Bombay had exonerated him of the murder case. The court, in its judgment regarding case numbers 177/2013, 178/2013, 577/2013, 312/2014, accepted that Amit Shah murder has nothing to do with the murder case.
Complainant said – Rahul has the right to free speech by staying within limits
Naveen Jha says that Rahul Gandhi still called Amit Shah a murderer in a 2018 political rally. He says that he believes that Rahul Gandhi has the right to free speech under the Constitution. But it also has some restrictions. Jha says that Rahul himself has accepted that he had made such a statement against Amit Shah. This shows that they have no faith in the constitutional institutions.
The Gujarat court sentenced the Congress leader to two years imprisonment, the MP also went
Keep in mind that Rahul Gandhi was sentenced to two years in a defamation case by a Gujarat court. After this, his MP also left. Rahul challenged the lower court order in the sessions court. But he could not get relief from there. Now his appeal is pending in the Gujarat High Court. Rahul has appealed that his sentence be stayed, as he will not be able to contest elections for six years after the sentence.