Court asks police to file report on Narendra Modi’s marital status

A local court of Ahmedabad ordered the city police today to submit a report explaining the status of an application against BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on the charge of hiding facts under oath.


“Submit a report before the court within three weeks on the status of the investigation of the case,” Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate M M Sheikh ordered the police while acting upon a plea moved by an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) activist.

In the application before the police, charges have been included under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, which stands for giving false statements, false evidence under oath, abetting a false statement or evidence and cheating or dishonestly inducing delivery of property, respectively.

It will be noticeable how Court take action against Narendra Modi’s lie on his marital status in earlier nomination papers.


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