Thursday, March 3, 2011

Court Notice To Rahul Gandhi On 'Missing' Woman

The Allahabad High Cloister Tuesday issued notices to Uttar Pradesh authorities and Congress accepted secretary Rahul Gandhi on a appeal gluttonous advice about the abode of a woman who went missing afterwards affair him in Amethi in 2006, a apostle said.

The Lucknow bank cloister issued apprehension to Gandhi afterwards the address declared that the woman and her ancestors associates were 'untraceable' anytime back they met him in his aldermanic constituency Dec 13, 2006.

The apprehension was issued by Justice S.N. Shukla, the petitioner's apostle Surya Mani Raikwar told IANS here. The cloister did not fix any date for the abutting hearing, he said.

Filing the address on account of the family, Kishore Samrite, a above Samajwadi Party administrator from Madhya Pradesh, accused the Congress baton and his bristles 'foreigner friends' of allegedly assaulting the 24-year-old woman Sukanya Singh.

Claiming to accept learnt about the adventure from a web site, the appellant said: 'I was confused by the news. So I came from my home in Balaghat in Madhya Pradesh to Amethi area I begin the girl's abode locked. Villagers were tightlipped about the abode of the family.'

The address seeks presentation of Sukanya, her ancestor Balram Singh and mother Savitri Singh in court.


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