Court In Rahul Gandhi Row
Court In Rahul Gandhi Row: Zee News anchor Rohit Ranjan was arrested days after the channel ran a misleading news item on Rahul Gandhi, for which the channel had apologized
Zee News anchor Rohit Ranjan has approached the Supreme Court over multiple police cases filed against him for airing fake news on Congress MP Rahul Gandhi. Mr. Rajan’s petition, however, was not listed in the court records, which was seen as a violation of protocol.
This prompted an apology from senior lawyer Siddharth Luthra, who appeared for the anchor.
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“This is not even on record and not yet filed. We should have been told that the matter has not been filed. This is no ground,” Justice Indira Banerjee said.
Through the Supreme Court had agreed to list the matter tomorrow, it later got to know the petition papers have not been filed before the court officially. Matters can be mentioned in the Supreme Court only after a petition has been registered in the records.
“He (Mr. Rajan) was arrested yesterday by Noida Police and released on bail. He made an error in one of his shows. Now Chhattisgarh Police want to arrest him. Please list it urgently, otherwise, he will be in repeated custody,” the Zee News anchor’s lawyer said.
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Mr. Ranjan was arrested days after the channel ran a misleading news item on Rahul Gandhi, for which the channel had apologized.
Cases were filed in Congress-ruled Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh after Mr. Ranjan, on his show, played a Rahul Gandhi statement on an attack on his office in Kerala’s Wayanad, allegedly running it as a comment on the killers of a tailor in Udaipur.
When the Chhattisgarh Police arrived to arrest him in Noida yesterday, the anchor tweeted asking the Uttar Pradesh police for help. The Chhattisgarh Police, he claimed, had not informed the local police, and tagged UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in his tweet.
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There is no such rule to inform. Still, now they are informed. The police team has shown you the court’s warrant of arrest. You should cooperate, join in investigation and put your defense in court,” read the response of the Chhattisgarh Police.
comments later, a dramatic video emerged that showed the police of the two states battling for his custody, which ended with the UP Police taking him away on a lighter charge.
r Gandhi had moved the high court against an order of a magistrate taking cognizance and issuing summons for appearance in a criminal defamation case filed in Ranchi.
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The complaint was filed by advocate Pradeep Modi in the Ranchi District Court against Mr. Gandhi after he had remarked in one of his meetings during the 2019 Lok Sabha election campaigns in the capital.
Mr. Gandhi in his speech had allegedly said, “All people with Modi as their surnames are thieves”, pointing to the scams committed by Neerav Modi and Lalit Modi.
Alleging the statement had hurt sentiments, city advocate Pradeep Modi filed a case for criminal defamation in the lower court against the Congress leader.
The council has also filed a separate civil suit for defamation seeking ₹ 20 crores as damages from Rahul Gandhi.
The district court after recording the statements of Pradeep Modi had taken cognizance against Mr. Gandhi and issued summons to him to appear in person or be represented by his advocate.
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