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National Herald Case ED Accepts Sonia Gandhi’s Request For Postponement Of Questioning In National Herald Case ANN

National Herald Case: Congress President Sonia Gandhi will not appear...

National Herald Case: Congress President Sonia Gandhi will not appear before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on June 23 in the National Herald case. In this regard, the letter of Sonia Gandhi has been received by the ED headquarters. Soon the ED can issue a new summon in this case. According to ED sources, a letter from Sonia Gandhi has been received by the ED headquarters. In which exemption has been sought from appearing in the ED headquarters on June 23, citing his health reasons.

Sources claim that it has also been told in the letter that she has returned from the hospital only recently and the doctor has asked her to take complete rest. She is ready to fully cooperate with the investigation, but cannot presently appear at the Enforcement Directorate headquarters due to health reasons. According to sources, the Enforcement Directorate headquarters has given in-principle approval to this letter of Sonia Gandhi. Sources also say that soon the ED will take a decision regarding when Sonia Gandhi should be called for questioning and will issue fresh summons to her.

already given notice

Let us tell you that this was the second notice given to Sonia Gandhi on which she could not appear due to health reasons. In this case, the Enforcement Directorate has questioned Sonia Gandhi’s son Congress MP Rahul Gandhi for more than 50 hours in 5 days. Sources claim that during this time around 100 questions were taken from him. According to ED sources, the statements of Rahul Gandhi are being assessed in this case and after this assessment, he can also be called again for questioning.

this is the charge

In this case it is alleged that Sonia Gandhi and her associates formed a company named Young Indian to take over Associate Journal Limited (AJL) and loan was taken in this company through shell companies. It is alleged that the Congress had given an alleged loan of Rs 90 crore to Associate General Limited. This loan was given by Congress to Young Indian and on the basis of this, most of the shares of Associate Journal Limited went to Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi. It is alleged that in lieu of loan of Rs 90 crore, Young Indian gave only Rs 50 lakh to Congress. At present, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) investigation is going on in this case.

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