A Sessions Court in Ahmedabad on Friday reserved its order on a revision application filed by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Member of Parliament (MP) Sanjay Singh, who have challenged the summons issued against them by a Magistrate court for their alleged defamatory statements related to the academic degree of Prime Minister Narendra Modi [Arvind Kejriwal vs Piyush Patel]..Additional Sessions Judge JM Brahmbhatt is likely to pronounce its order on September 14.The case pertains to the defamation complaint filed by the Gujarat University against Kejriwal and Singh for allegedly defaming the varsity.The University sued the two politicians for allegedly making derogatory statements against it for not disclosing the degree of Prime Minister Modi. Based on the University's complaint, a Magistrate court had, in April this year, issued summons against the two politicians..In an order passed on April 17 this year, Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Jayeshbhai Chovatiya had said that the statements made by Kejriwal and Sanjay Singh were prima facie defamatory.The judge passed the order after taking note of the oral and digital evidence shared in a pen drive, which comprised Kejriwal's tweets and speeches made after a judgment of the Gujarat High Court in the matter.The High Court, its judgment, had allowed an appeal filed by University and held that it need not disclose Prime Minister Modi's degree. The High Court had also imposed a fine of ₹25,000 on Kejriwal. Taking note of these facts, the magistrate opined that the accused politicians were well-educated political office bearers who were aware of the effect of their statements on the public at large, the judge had further pointed out. If political office bearers instead of fulfilling their duty to their people, do any work for their personal enmity or selfishness, it is considered a violation of the trust of the people, the ACMM court added.Kejriwal and Singh have challenged the same before the sessions court through advocate Aum Kotwal.