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After receiving relief from the Gujarat Court, Rahul Gandhi said, “Truth is my Weapon”

After being found guilty in a defamation case involving the surname ‘Modi’ and being sentenced to two years in jail, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been granted bail by the sessions court in Gujarat. Gandhi had been condemned to jail for his role in the case.

The Gandhian school of thinking served as an inspiration for the tweet that he sent out, which said “Truth is my weapon.” His tweet read, “This is a war to save democracy, against ‘Mitrakal.'” The translation is not perfect, but it gets the point across. In this conflict, the truth is both my weapon and my haven; it’s a double-edged sword.”

Today, Rahul was granted bail, and his two-year prison term was placed on hold pending any future decision the court makes regarding it. The next hearing will take place on April 13th.

Gandhi was forced to resign from his seat in the parliament as a result of the two-year jail sentence. In the event that he is unable to provide evidence of his innocence, he will continue to be barred from serving in Parliament and will be unable to run for office for the following eight years.

During a rally in 2019, he attacked Prime Minister Modi because he shares a surname with fugitive businessmen Lalit Modi and Nirav Modi. This was his main point of contention. He questioned why so many dishonest people shared the same surname: “Modi.”

Once the verdict was announced, Rahul referred to a statement made by Mahatma Gandhi in which he said, “My religion is built on truth and nonviolence.” For me, the truth is God, and nonviolence is the path to finding it “.

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