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    Rahul Gandhi granted extension of relief by Bombay High Court in Modi ‘defamation’ case until August 2nd.

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    The Bombay High Court has extended Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s relief from appearing in court until August 2nd. This is in relation to a defamation complaint filed by a man who claims to be a BJP worker, regarding Gandhi’s alleged remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2018. The complainant took issue with Gandhi’s “commander-in-thief” remark about the Rafale fighter jet deal and claimed it was defamatory.

    A single bench of Justice S V Kotwal adjourned the hearing after the complainant’s lawyer requested more time. Justice Kotwal said that the interim relief granted earlier will continue until August 2nd. In a separate case, Gandhi was previously summoned by a local court to appear in November 2021 for a defamation complaint filed by Mahesh Shrishrimal.

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