Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court has accepted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s plea for an ordinary passport. The court has given NOC to Rahul for 3 years. In such a situation, big difficulties have been averted for Rahul Gandhi. Please tell that Rahul is going to visit America for 10 days in the next month i.e. June. In such a situation, if Rahul did not get a passport, then difficulties could have arisen for him, but the court accepted Rahul’s application and gave NOC for 3 years.
Let us inform that earlier on May 24, a hearing has already taken place in this matter. BJP leader Subramanian Swamy, the complainant in the National Herald case, has opposed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s recent plea for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to obtain a new ordinary passport valid for 10 years. Is.
There is no chance of Rahul Gandhi running away.
In a Delhi court, Rahul Gandhi’s lawyer had said that no criminal proceedings are pending against the Congress leader and it is his fundamental right to travel. Also, the lawyer said that in the National Herald case, the court had granted bail to Rahul Gandhi in the year 2015 itself. At that time also the court had not imposed any restriction on his travel. In this case, the court said that it has been pending since the year 2018. During this, Rahul Gandhi has traveled abroad several times. There is no chance of his escape. The court also agreed that it is their fundamental right to travel.
Why does Rahul need a passport?
According to media reports, Rahul Gandhi surrendered his diplomatic passport after he lost his parliamentary membership. Due to being named in the National Herald case, a no objection certificate from the court is also needed to get the Congress leader issued an ordinary passport. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to leave for a week-long tour of the US on May 31. During this, he will address the people of the Indian community at Madison Square Garden in New York on 4 June. In addition, Rahul Gandhi will also attend a program at a University in California.
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