The Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s stars don’t seem at good places as he faces another defamation case. This comes at a time when the leader has already been sent to two years in jail recently by a Surat Court in a defamation case pertaining to “Modi” surname remarks. As a result of this conviction, the leader was disqualified from the Lok Sabha. The matter will be heated on April 12.
However, the present case revolves around a complaint filed by RSS worker, Kamal Bhadauria at Haridwar court under sections 499 (defamation) and 500 (punishment for defamation) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) over his alleged comment during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in January this year where he referred to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) as the ‘Kauravas of twenty-first century’. The Complaint stated that “You (Rahul Gandhi) are fully aware of what a heinous act the Kauravas have done, yet you called the hardworking, dedicated, and self-sacrificing Sangh like RSS as Kauravas and also said that these people do not say, Har Har Mahadev, don’t say Jai Shri Ram which shows your disgusting mentality.”
The complaint further stated that Gandhi has said that this country belongs to Tapasvis and not to Pujaris and by stating this, he divided the Sanatanis into Tapasvis and Pujaris which resulted in hurting the sentiments of the people of the country by making such disgusting remarks.