America said on Rahul Gandhi controversy – rule of law is the cornerstone of democracy of any country

Rahul Gandhi Disqualification Row: America’s statement has come to the fore for the first time in the case of Rahul Gandhi’s termination of Parliament membership. America says that it is keeping an eye on this matter. US State Department spokesman Vedant Patel said that the US is engaged with the Indian government with a shared commitment to democratic values ​​as well as freedom of expression.

Vedant Patel while answering a question regarding the expulsion of Rahul Gandhi said, "Rule of law and respect for judicial independence are the cornerstones of any country’s democracy, we are looking at the case of Rahul Gandhi in the Indian court."

Refused to talk to Rahul Gandhi for the time being

On being asked whether the US is in talks with India or Rahul Gandhi, he said, "We don’t have any special program like this… But as you know it is normal and we have norms for interaction with members of opposition parties in countries with which we have bilateral relations, but for the time being in this matter I don’t have any specific affiliation."

A statement made in 2019 spoiled Rahul’s game

A Surat court recently sentenced Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to two years in prison in a defamation case over his remarks about the Modi surname during an election rally in Karnataka in 2019. After this sentence, his parliament membership has gone. Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Purnesh Modi took the matter to the court from Surat West. He filed a criminal defamation suit.

Rahul Gandhi was the MP from Wayanad seat of Kerala

Rahul Gandhi was disqualified as a Lok Sabha member (MP) after being convicted by a Surat court. Rahul Gandhi was an MP from Wayanad seat of Kerala. Since his disqualification, the Congress and other opposition parties have unitedly protested against the central government.

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