"It is being driven by the Prime Minister's office," he claimed while responding to reporters' questions whether the National Herald case was an outcome of vendetta politics.
    
Rahul said, "We have faith in the legal system and we respect it. There is a legal provision. It (National Herald) is a not-for-profit organisation and not a paisa can be taken out."
    
Asked if he would be applying for bail, he replied, "Let's see what happens on December 19."
    
A Delhi court on December 8 had directed Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Rahul and others to appear in person on December 19 in the National Herald case.
    
On Congress protests which resulted in the stalling of proceedings in Parliament, Rahul said, "As far as the stalemate in Parliament is concerned, an impression is being given that we (Congress) are not interested on the GST issue. We have told the government that we have differences with them on three issues."

 

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