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Rahul Gandhi called back by Ed to inquire about the issue of the National Advertiser – India India News

After three consecutive days of questioning last week in the National Herald case, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was questioned again by the head of the emergency department on Monday. Sources said he was asked to join the interrogation again on Tuesday.

Rahul Gandhi arrived at ED Headquarters located on APJ Abdul Kalam Road in Central Delhi at around 11.05 am with class ‘Z+’ for security personnel of the Reserve Police Force. A day before Rahul Gandhi’s 52nd birthday. On the other hand, Sonia Gandhi is discharged from hospital today.

Police and paramilitary personnel were deployed in large numbers around the Central Investigation Agency office and injunctions under Section 144 were in effect. Rahul Gandhi walked out of the ED office for lunch around 3.30pm and arrived at the ED office again about an hour later.

Rahul Gandhi, 52, was questioned by ED officials for more than 30 hours last week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for three consecutive days during which his statements were recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

Due to the deteriorating health of mother Sonia, an exemption was granted
He was due to appear before the investigative agency again on Friday, but the former congressional speaker wrote a letter to the ED investigating officer to excuse him from an interrogation scheduled for Friday (June 17) due to the ill health of his mother, Sonia Gandhi. have asked. The emergency director accepted his request and asked him to appear on June 20.

Sonia Gandhi has been released from hospital, may be questioned on June 23 in a money laundering case


What questions were asked?
Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been hospitalized due to health issues related to Covid-19. The emergency department summoned Sonia Gandhi in the same case on June 23. It is understood that Rahul Gandhi has raised questions regarding the establishment of the “Young Indian”, the management of the “National Herald” and the loans made by Congress to the Associated Journal Limited (AJL) and the transfer of funds within the media body.

Among the contributors to “Young Indian” are Sonia Gandhi and some other congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi. The Congress described the administrative measure as a policy of retaliation against the opposition leaders in the BJP-led central government.

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