Congress served a legal notice against a Chennai-based newspaper

The Congress has served a legal notice to a Chennai-based newspaper for its “brazenly desperate attempt to fuel a controversy and malign” party general secretary Rahul Gandhi at the time of elections by questioning his M.Phil degree from Cambridge University.

The legal notice has been settled by Singhvi himself, who is also a senior advocate of the Supreme Court, against the New Indian Express for questioning the M Phil degree of Gandhi in Development Economics from the University of Cambridge.

Quoting a letter from the University, which stated that Gandhi was a student at the institution as a member of the Trinity College from October 1994 to July 1995 and was awarded an M Phil in Development Studies in 1995, the notice said it is clear beyond doubt that he (Gandhi) received the degree.

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