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A defamation complaint was Monday lodged in a court in Jharkhand’s capital Ranchi against Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi for equating the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).

Asish Kumar Singh, a resident of Ranchi, lodged the complaint in a chief judicial magistrate (CJM) court.

Gandhi early this month in Bhopal had reportedly compared the RSS with the banned SIMI. The complainant has sought action against the Congress general secretary for passing such remarks.

The complaint has been lodged under penal provisions related to defamation and promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion.

One Response to “Defamation complaint against Rahul Gandhi for RSS remark”

  1. Ranade Prakash Shankar

    The complaint is not at all tenable in view of ninth exception to section 499 of Indian Penal Code which says that “It is not defamation to make an imputation the character of another provided that the i imputation is made in good faith for the protection of the interest of the person making it orof any other person,or for the public good” Kindly refer the ratio laid down in a case reported in All India Reporter 1966 Supreme Court on Page No.97. It would be my pleasure to offer whatever assistance that could. With best personal regards, Prakash Ranade Advocate Rajapur Dist-Ratnagiri. Maharashtra State.India.


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