Supreme Court dismisses plea against Rahul Gandhi, case: Dual citizenship


Until the decision on the issue of citizenship of Rahul Gandhi, the Supreme Court has dismissed the petition filed by the Center for banning him from contesting Loksabha Elections 2019 and directing the Election Commission to direct him.

The petitioners said that in 2005-2006, the mention of Rahul Gandhi being the British citizen is in the enclosed form with a British company’s annual data. The bench has said that if a company writes Rahul Gandhi’s nationality in a document, then it does not become a British citizen.

The bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Deepak Gupta and Justice Sanjeev Khanna rejected the plea of ​​the petitioners and said that in one form Rahul Gandhi’s British citizen is mentioned.


Let us tell you that after receiving the complaint of BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Subramaniam Swamy, the Home Ministry issued this notice. At the end of last month, the Home Ministry issued a notice to Congress President Rahul Gandhi about citizenship and asked for an answer.

Rahul Gandhi was asked to give his favor and reply in the notice issued by the Home Ministry. Central Government director BC Joshi issued this notice to Rahul Gandhi The same BC Joshi has signed in the letter.

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