India’s opposition chief Rahul Gandhi is returning to politics after a conviction was overturned.
It’s a case some see for instance of political persecution.
India’s opposition chief Rahul Gandhi was sentenced to jail after being convicted of defaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi in March.
Now the Supreme Court docket has suspended his conviction. That would pave the way in which for the Congress social gathering chief to make a political comeback.
However this case is prompting questions on India’s judicial system, and the state of its democracy.
So how will this have an effect on the probabilities of the federal government and opposition in subsequent 12 months’s elections?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Shazia Ilmi – Spokeswoman for governing Bharatiya Janata Occasion
Saba Naqvi – Visiting professor at Jindal College of Journalism and Communication
Supriya Shrinate – Spokeswoman for opposition Indian Nationwide Congress Occasion