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Supreme Court serves Rahul Gandhi notice, says, ‘We never said anything about Modi’

IndiaTimes Monday, 15 April 2019
The Supreme Court gave Rahul Gandhi a week to respond to the petition which accused him of contempt for wrongly telling the public that the SC had found the PM guilty of corruption in the fighter jet deal.
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