Rajasthan: Four petitions filed against Subramanian Swamy for 'cocaine' remarks against Rahul Gandhi
In his written complaint, Agrawal said Swamy alleged that Gandhi takes cocaine, and added that the BJP leader has no right and facts to make such a statement.
A Congress leader stated that Swamy’s statement on Rahul taking cocaine and that he will fail a dope test is intended to insult him despite knowing the false remark can provoke enmity between parties.
The complainant alleged that Rahul Gandhi takes cocaine, and added that the BJP leader has no right and facts to make such a statement.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal deferred the matter after an adjournment was sought by Swamy, who said that he had to attend the Parliament.
The government needs no permission from any authority to allocate land to anybody in public interest, he claimed.
BJP parliamentarian Subramanian Swamy has told the court that there is certain evidence which is required in the case.
Congress on Sunday announced that party president Rahul Gandhi will be contesting from Wayanad parliamentary constituency in Kerala.
He said in the first year of the government itself, it was made clear that allotting Special Category Status was not possible.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjiv Khanna asked Swamy to remain present in the court on Tuesday when the main Ayodhya matter will be taken up for hearing.
A Delhi court on Saturday deferred the cross-examination of BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy in the National Herald case to March 30.