Mallikarjun Kharge Summoned: It seems that defamation cases are now linked with the Congress party. That’s why they are not taking the name of leaving behind the party. This is because after the defamation case of Rahul Gandhi, now the sword of defamation hangs on Congress party chief Mallikarjun Kharge. Sangrur Court of Punjab has sent summons to him in a defamation case. The summons is for one of his speeches during the Karnataka elections. Kharge is alleged to have made an objectionable remark during the speech.
Court sent notice on this comment of Kharge
The notice has been sent to Kharge for comparing the banned Islamic organization Popular Front of India (PFI) to the Bajrang Dal, the youth wing of the Sangh-affiliated Vishwa Hindu Parishad. The Sangrur district court has summoned the Congress president following a complaint by Hitesh Bhardwaj, president of an organization named “Bajrang Dal Hindustan”. The petitioner stated that during the recently concluded Karnataka Assembly elections, the Congress in its manifesto compared Bajrang Dal to anti-national organizations like Al Qaeda. Court sends summons in Rs 100 crore defamation case filed against Kharge.
Court asked to appear on July 10
At the same time, Senior Division Judge Ramandeep Kaur has summoned Kharge to the Sangrur court on July 10 on the matter. Bajrang Dal Hindustan President Hitesh Bhardwaj has given this information. In fact, the Congress in its manifesto took the name of Bajrang Dal and promised to ban organizations that promote “enmity or hatred towards minority communities”. A statement given during the election is now seen to be overshadowing Kharge.
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