Habitual liar in big trouble! Supreme Court issues Contempt Notice to Rahul Gandhi over Rafale remarks

As there were no complaints filed earlier, the habitual liar Rahul Gandhi was inventing new and innovative lies and even took the liberty to twist a lie into an even bigger lie. But now seems like it won’t be possible as the Supreme Court is all set to squeeze this liar.

Days ago, BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi had filed a petition in the Supreme Court stating that Congress president Rahul Gandhi had committed contempt by attributing his ‘chowkidar chor hai’ remarks on the Rafale controversy to the top court. She stated “Filed a Criminal Court of Contempt against serial offender Rahul Gandhi. He attributed his own statements as court’s verdict. Misrepresenting and lowering the dignity of the SC. Vilifying the Constitutional authorities!”

Later on when the Congress chief Rahul Gandhi was dragged to the court, in order to save himself for punishments, he said that the statement was made at the heat the moment. The habitual liar while trying to safe himself, said in his response to Supreme Court that “My statement was made in the heat of political campaigning. It has been used (and misused) by my political opponents to project that I had deliberately and intentionally suggested that this Court had said Chowkidar Chor Hai! Nothing could be farther from my mind”.

But now it seems like Rahul Gandhi might be in further danger after the Supreme Court has issued contempt notice to the Congress chief. The Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi, questioned Rahul Gandhi’s counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi asking “who is Chowkidar? Did we mention Chowkidar in the court order?”.

Following this, the Supreme Court issued a contempt notice to Rahul Gandhi and has a set a date for Tuesday, April 30, to hear the plea along with the Rafale deal review petitions.Advocate Ishkaran Singh Bhandari said “Supreme Court has prima facia (on first view of facts) found that there exist facts making a case of criminal contempt on Rahul Gandhi. He (Rahul Gandhi) now needs to explain why it is not Contempt, if court not satisfied by explanation can punish”.


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