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MP HC Admits PIL Against Sonia, Rahul in National Herald Case

The court will hear the PIL, which has been filed by Bhopal-based RK Sharma, in June.

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Updated:May 24, 2016, 11:58 AM IST
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MP HC Admits PIL Against Sonia, Rahul in National Herald Case
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Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh High Court on Tuesday admitted a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking registration of criminal case against Congress president Sonia Gandhi, party vice president Rahul and senior leader Motilal Vohra in connection with the land allotment to National Herald by Bhopal Development Authority.

The PIL alleges that land in a prime location of the city was given to Associated Journals Limited, publisher of National Herald, in 1981 on a lease of 30 years. However, parts of the land were sold off by Young India after it took over shares from Associated Journals.

Young India is alleged to have sold the land without the permission of Bhopal Development Authority.

The court will hear the PIL, which has been filed by Bhopal-based RK Sharma, in June.

The court had on May 17 dismissed four petitions by people having offices in the Associated Journal Limited building after they demanded to be made party in the suit against the publisher of the now-defunct National Herald newspaper.

The Bhopal Development Authority had filed a suit in a Bhopal court against Associated Journal Limited for not vacating its 1.14 acres land after the expiry of the lease deed. The lease expired on April 1, 2011.

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