Rahul Gandhi presenta una disculpa incondicional a la Corte Suprema por el jale de Rafale

NEW DELHI: President Of The Congress Rahul Gandhi Presented An Unconditional Apology To Wednesday For Its" Intentional, Unintentional And Involuntary" Bonding Order SC ' S Of April 10 In Requests Review Of Rafale With His Chowkidar Chor Hai Mocks Against PM Narendra Modi .

Ahead Of Friday ' S Hearing On The Contempt Petition Filed By BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi, Rahul Filing A Fresh, Three-page Affidavit Modifying His Earlier Statement Expressing Muffled Regret To" Unconditional Apology" And Closed Closure Of The Contempt Proceedings. The Affidavit Said, The Deponent (Rahul Gandhi) Unconditionally Apologises For The Wrongful Attribution To The SC. The Deponent Further States That Any Such Attributions Were Entirely Unintentional, Non-wilful And Inadvertent. "

After The SC Rejected On April 10 The Center ' S Objection To Review Petitioners Citing Three Secret Documents About The Rafale Deal And Agreed To Hear The Review Plea, Congress President Rahul Gandhi Had Said In A Speech That Even The SC Had Accepted That There Was Corruption In The Rafale Deal And That It Had Found That" Chowkidar Chor Hai" .

After BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi Filed A Petition, The SC Had Clarified That It Had Not Made Any Observation To Make Rahul Attribute The Statement To The Apex Court. In The New Affidavit, Rahul Said He Had Held The SC In The Highest Esteem And Respect And Had Never Asked For, Directly Or Indirectly, Commit Any Act That Interferes With The Process Of Administration Of Justice .

The SC Allowed Rahul On April 30 To Submit A New Affidavit, But He Had Clarified," While We Observe That It Will Be Open For The Respondent (Rahul) To Submit An Additional Affidavit If He Wants It, We Left Clear That Admissibility And The Acceptance Of Any Affidavit, If Presented, Will Be Considered On The Next Scheduled Date, Which Is May 10.

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