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Supreme Court on Tuesday has asked Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to either apologise or face trial in connection with defamation case against him in which he blamed RSS for assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

Supreme Court on Tuesday has asked Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to either apologise or face trial in connection with defamation case against him in which he blamed RSS for assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

The apex court has given him time till July 27 defamation case. SC also said that purpose of law is not to turn citizens into litigants, history is the biggest enemy of privacy.

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in March took on RSS, blaming the outfit for assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

He also ridiculed senior BJP leaders for claiming credit for introducing computers in India.

The Congress leader attributed technological advancement in the country to late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and technocrat Sam Pitroda.

He said, then the most senior opposition leader in Parliament had questioned saying why was Rajiv Gandhi talking about computers.

The Congress vice-president also wondered how it was possible for the opposition (BJP) to do in three months what Congress has done in 60 years.