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‘Whose home is India and whose home is India, his home…’- Mallikarjun Kharge

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has fiercely targeted the BJP and the NDA government on Saturday (April 22). In fact, Rahul Gandhi completely vacated the Tughlaq Lane Bungalow on Saturday (April 22) afternoon after being disqualified as a Lok Sabha MP. Kharge has taken a dig at the BJP regarding this. He tweeted and said that we are the Congress party, in whose house the whole of India resides. These people will never be able to make him empty the spirit of fighting the battle of truth.

‘The dictatorial government is flaunting’

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge tweeted, “We are the Congress party! The dictatorial government is flaunting by snatching the “home” of the one whose entire home is Hindustan and in whose home Hindustan resides. Rahul Gandhi’s official home Gaya But they will never be able to get the courage to fight for the truth in their mind.”

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has lost the membership of the Parliament for the comment made on the Modi surname during the 2019 elections in Kolar, Karnataka. He had made this comment regarding the Modi surname. Gujarat’s BJP MLA Purnesh Modi had filed a defamation case against him. In this case, the court of Surat had sentenced Rahul Gandhi to 2 years imprisonment. Because of this, his membership of the Lok Sabha was cancelled.

1 month for appeal

After the cancellation of the membership of Parliament, he was sent a notice to vacate the government bungalow, he had to vacate the bungalow by 22 April. On April 20, the Surat court dismissed Rahul Gandhi’s petition against his conviction in the defamation case. Additional Sessions Court Judge RP Mogera had said just one word on this – dismissed, meaning rejected.

In fact, on April 13, Judge Mogera had reserved the verdict in this case after hearing the arguments of both the parties. Will now appeal to Rahul in the High Court. Now he has got 30 days to file an appeal in the Supreme Court and the High Court.