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Why was Rahul Gandhi interrogated for two days in the Nashural Online case – India Indian News

Rahul Gandhi is being questioned by the emergency department chief these days regarding the complaint filed by BJP member Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swami 10 years ago. He had to sit in the ED office for 9 hours on Monday and is now being questioned in two rounds on Tuesday as well. ED officials kept asking Rahul Gandhi questions on the National Herald case for four and a half hours before lunch. An hour-long lunch was served, and when Rahul Gandhi returned, the series of questions continued. In fact, National Herald Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru started newspaper. The Associated Journal Limited was also formed for this purpose.

Live: Rahul has again arrived at the emergency department office after lunch, and the second round of interrogation will continue

It is alleged that a loan of Rs 90 crore was given to this company which was formed in 1930 by Congress and its ownership was withdrawn. AJL’s net worth is approaching Rs 2,000 crore and has been acquired by Young India Limited, 38 per cent of which is owned by Rahul Gandhi and the same amount by Sonia Gandhi. Aside from this, the rest of the shares were with other leaders in Congress. According to court documents, the debt-burdened AJL has closed all of its publications, including the National Herald. At that time, Congress took a loan of Rs 90 crore, which was given to him from time to time in the form of interest-free loan.

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Young India acquired AJL in 2010

The company was acquired in 2010 by Young India Limited, a company owned by Congress leaders. Young India Limited is incorporated under Section 25 of the Companies Act, according to which it is declared a non-profit corporation and cannot pay a dividend to its shareholders. His only motivation was to achieve his goal, which he described as promoting arts, literature, sports and social development while recording. In this case, Congress is also accused of how a political party grants loans to a financial institution operating for the purpose of making a profit.

Why interrogates ED Sonia and Rahul Gandhi?

ED sources say that 76 percent of the shares of Young India Limited are with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi alone. That is why he was called for questioning. Let us inform that Sonia Gandhi has also been summoned by the agency for interrogation on 23 June at her office in Delhi. However, the question of Congress is how there can be a case of money laundering in this case. Before Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, ED also questioned Malekargon out in this case.

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