Delhi: After disqualification of Rahul Gandhi from loksabha, he is in another trouble now. The Lok Sabha Secretariat on Friday notified Gandhi’s disqualification from the Lower House of Parliament within a day after a court in Surat convicted him in a 2019 criminal defamation case and awarded two years of imprisonment to him.
“Consequent upon his conviction by the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Surat…Rahul Gandhi, Member of Lok Sabha representing the Wayanad Parliamentary Constituency of Kerala stands disqualified from the membership of Lok Sabha from the date of his conviction i.e. 23 March, 2023,” the notification read.”
Now Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi was asked to vacate government bungalow in Delhi on Monday. Congress is already protesting across the country against the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi. Congress believes that the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi is not as per the rule and Modi Govt is trying to mute the voice of opposition.
The development comes hours after Gandhi hit out at the Centre over the Adani issue alleging that the BJP-led government is allowing peoples’ retirement savings to be invested in companies owned by the Adani group. Rahul Gandhi asked the Prime Minister why he fear so much for an investigation on Adani.