National Herald Case Congress Calls Parliamentary Meeting Today May Raise Issue In Parliament

Young Indian Office Sealed: There is a possibility of ruckus...

Young Indian Office Sealed: There is a possibility of ruckus once again in Parliament today. In both the Houses of Parliament, the Congress can raise the issues of Delhi Police deployment outside Congress Headquarters and Sonia Gandhi’s residence 10 Janpath and sealing of Young Indian’s office by the ED on Thursday. There is a lot of anger in the party regarding both these issues. To discuss this, Congress has called a meeting of all its MPs of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha. The meeting will be held at 9:45 am in the Parliament premises. Congress can bring an adjournment motion on these issues.

On Wednesday, there was a ruckus in both of the Parliament
Earlier, after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) raids on the National Herald office in both the houses of Parliament on Wednesday, the Congress created a ruckus alleging misuse of the ED and other central agencies. Due to this the proceedings of both the houses were disrupted.

Congress made this claim on Wednesday evening
However, on Wednesday evening, the police deployment suddenly increased around the Congress headquarters and outside 10 Janpath, the residence of Sonia Gandhi. The Congress claimed that the Delhi Police had closed the road leading to its headquarters. On the other hand, the police say that there was information that protesters may gather at the Congress headquarters, so this step was taken as a precautionary measure so that no unwanted situation should arise. Today there may be a ruckus in the Parliament on this issue.

ED seals National Herald office
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday temporarily sealed the Young Indian Office at the Congress-owned National Herald Office in Delhi. Official sources said that this action has been taken by the ED in connection with the investigation of the money laundering case.

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