Rafael contempt case: Rahul Gandhi sought unconditional apology from the Supreme Court

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday apologized to the Supreme Court in the Rafael contempt case. The Congress President has given apology to Rafael Deal in the three-page affidavit given to the Supreme Court, "The Supreme Court has admitted that the watchman is a thief" has apologized without any condition.

Earlier, at the end of last month, the Supreme Court had accepted Rahul's petition and allowed him to file another affidavit. Rahul Gandhi had said that the word 'janitor is a thief' is incorrectly used in his affidavit to tell the Supreme Court, sorry word is kind of apologetic.

The Supreme Court had said on Rahul Gandhi's affidavit regarding Rafael's decision that at some point he accepted his mistake and denied it somewhere. The court told Rahul Gandhi's counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi that you are getting very difficult to understand what you are trying to say in the affidavit.




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