Is Rahul a UK citizen?
Congress president Rahul Gandhi should clarify on his citizenship and the information stated in his election affidavit in Amethi Lok Sabha...
Congress president Rahul Gandhi should clarify on his citizenship and the information stated in his election affidavit in Amethi Lok Sabha constituency as there are allegations of discrepancies in the affidavit.
Rahul Gandhi's name has been shown to be listed as a British citizen in documents related to a company in the UK. Is Rahul Gandhi a British citizen? In his election affidavit of 2004, he said that he had invested in a company. It is a company registered in the UK.
It is a company Rahul served as a director and official document submitted by the company to the British authorities in the form of a memorandum of association and annual returns in 2005 clearly shows that he was a citizen of United Kingdom.
If he were a citizen there at that period, then he had automatically lost Indian citizenship. Because the Indian Citizenship Act 1955 clearly states that if any Indian acquires the citizenship of any other country then automatically forfeits his citizenship of India.
From 2004 to 2019, in all election affidavits, there are discrepancies to suppress facts. In 2004, he mentioned only qualification of senior secondary of 1989 and an M Phil degree which he got from Trinity University.
In 2009, he introduced another qualification which is BA from Rolling College Florida in 1994 and MPhil in Development Economics from Trinity College in 1995.
In 2014, this Development Economics becomes MPhil in Development Studies. Either he does not remember what he studied, or he does not have a paper to show what qualification he had acquired. Voters need clarification.
Uma VV, Vikarabad.