Holding the SC in 'highest esteem', Congress chief seeked the closure of contempt proceedings against him.
New Delhi: In an ''unconditional apology'' to the Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday filed a three-page affidavit stating his unconditional apology over his "chowkidaar chor hai" remark.
Holding the SC in "highest esteem", Congress chief sought the closure of contempt proceedings against him.
Over his remark on Rafale deal--"Supreme Court has accepted that 'chowkidaar chor hai'''-- the Congress president told the top court on April 30 that he would apologise through a fresh affidavict.
The top court had sought Rahul's explanation on a petition filed by BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi, who had sought criminal contempt against the Congress president.