Rahul Gandhi Controversies: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi left his residence on Wednesday to go to Parliament when his car suddenly stopped. When he was passing through Janpath area, he saw that a scooty had met with an accident.
After this, he immediately got down from his car and inquired about the well being of the scooty driver. Many people quipped on this and said that it was all scripted or a coincidence?
The footage clearly shows a scooter rider collapsing in the middle of the road near where Rahul's convoy was passing.
Rahul is then seen coming out of the car, flanked by security officers, and inquiring about the well-being of the accident victim. Rahul inquired, "Did you get hurt?" Rahul then got back into his car and drove to Parliament House.
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Rahul Gandhi Flying Kiss Controversy: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again tied himself in controversy. On Wednesday, during the discussion on the no-confidence motion, he blew a flying kiss in Parliament.
On second day of discussion on the motion of no confidence in the Parliament. Speaking fiercely on the Manipur issue in Parliament, Rahul Gandhi surrounded the government.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday delivered his first speech in Parliament after being reinstated as an MP. When Rahul was returning out after the speech was over, such an incident took place on which women MPs objected. Rahul gave flying kisses to BJP MPs. A complaint has been made to the Lok Sabha Speaker in this matter.
On April 13, 2019, Rahul Gandhi made a statement at an election rally in Kolar, Karnataka, questioning why all thieves have the surname Modi, referring to Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In response to this statement, BJP legislator and former minister Purnesh Modi filed a defamation case against Rahul Gandhi under sections 499 and 500 of the Indian Penal Code after that he was sentenced to two years in jail.
In 2014, Rahul Gandhi attributed Mahatma Gandhi's assassination to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) in Bhiwandi township in Thane, Maharashtra.
He claimed that the RSS was involved in Gandhi's assassination. Rajesh Kunte, a local RSS worker, had filed a lawsuit against him in this matter. The court also filed accusations against him in 2018, but Rahul declared himself innocent.
Rahul Gandhi has petitioned the Supreme Court in response to an ongoing defamation lawsuit in Maharashtra, in which he stated that he had never held the Sangh accountable for Mahatma Gandhi's murder.