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Rahul Gandhi should apologise to PM over Rafale issue, says Chandrakant Patil

IndiaTimes Saturday, 16 November 2019 ()
The Supreme Court on Thursday accepted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's apology for wrongly attributing his infamous "chowkidar chor hai" remark in Rafale case to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and opined that a person holding a place of importance in political spectrum should have been more careful. The apex court closed the contempt petition filed by BJP lawmaker Meenakshi Lekhi against Rahul Gandhi for his remarks.
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CLOSING THE CONTEMPT OF COURT CASE AGAINST RAHUL GANDHI, THE SUPREME COURT SAID THAT RAHUL GANDHI NEEDS TO BE CAREFUL. SC ALSO DISMISSED THE RAFALE REVIEW PETITION SAYING WE CAN'T INTIATE A 'ROVING AND FISHING PROBE'. IN OTHER NEWS, SC REFERRED THE SABARIMALA MATTER TO A 7-JUDGE BENCH AND MORE...

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