Herald case: Swamy delaying proceedings, Gandhis tells court

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NEW DELHI: Congress leaders Sonia and Rahul Gandhi Wednesday accused BJP MP Subramanian Swamy of delaying proceedings in the National Herald case , filed by him against them and others, by moving 'totally vague' application.The Gandhis made the submission before the court while opposing an application filed by Swamy, seeking summoning of various documents and witnesses in the case.The accused sought dismissal of the application saying it was not filed under relevant provisions "The present application is liable to be dismissed being totally vague; tainted by inordinate delay and dilatory in nature," the counsel appearing for the accused said.It was incumbent upon Swamy to file an application under the appropriate provision setting out the list of witnesses, along with other specific details, whom he intended to examine, the counsel said."The present application is also liable to be dismissed as the present application does not conform to the relevant provision," the counsel told Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sachin Gupta.In reply to the…
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