- Amit Shah also included in Ahmedabad District Co-operative Bank Directors
- Rahul had claimed that during the Bombay Banking Bank, 745 crores were deposited in 5 days.
- After this, the bank’s chairman Ajay Patel filed a defamation case against Rahul.
Ahmedabad Congress leader Rahul Gandhi got bail on Friday in the Ahmedabad District Cooperative Bank (ADC Bank) defamation case. Rahul Gandhi had alleged that after the ban on November 8, 2016, old documents of Rs 745.58 crore were changed in five days in Ahmedabad district co-operative bank. Directors of this bank include Home Minister Amit Shah.
Next hearing of the case on 7th September
In August last year, the chairman of ADC Bank Ajay Patel filed a defamation case in the court. Apart from Rahul, Congress spokesman Randeep Surjewala was also made the accused.
Rahul Gandhi appeared on the Metro Court premises in the court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Nirula B. Munshi on Friday. He refused to plead guilty in the court and after this he has applied for bail, which the court has approved. The next hearing in this case will be on September 7.
Many cases of defamation are going on Rahul Gandhi In a conversation with the media here, he said, “These efforts are for suppressing, bullying. But it does not matter. I will continue my fight. ”
Rahul said, “This fight is against the constitution, the future of the country, against corruption, against cruelty. I will continue this. “Before presenting, Rahul tweeted,” Thanks to the BJP and the Sangh, they dragged into court to give a chance to fight for ideology. Satyameva Jayate.”
Apart from this case, Ahmedabad and Surat Court had summoned Rahul Gandhi in two other cases of defamation recently. One of these cases is on the statement of Rahul telling about Amit Shah murder case during Rahul’s Lok Sabha elections and why another matter is Modi in front of all the thieves.