National Herald Case ED Questioned Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi And Asks Him To Rejoin The Investigation On Wednesday

National Herald Case: In the National Herald case, Congress leader...

National Herald Case: In the National Herald case, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for the second consecutive day on Tuesday. Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for about 11 hours on Tuesday. At the same time, it has been learned from the sources that the Enforcement Directorate has asked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to rejoin the National Herald investigation for the third consecutive day on Wednesday. Let us tell you that on Monday too, Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for about 10 hours. In this case, Rahul Gandhi has been questioned for about 21 hours in two days.

It is being told that many things including bank accounts have been questioned in this. ED has questioned Rahul Gandhi twice for both the days. Rahul Gandhi had reached the ED’s headquarters at APJ Abdul Kalam Road on Tuesday at around 11.10 am. After which he left the ED’s office at around 2.30 pm. At the same time, after an hour, he again reached the ED office for questioning and left late at around 12 o’clock in the night.

Congress leaders taken into custody

On Tuesday, Congress leaders and workers protested against ED’s investigation against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and took out a foot march. During this, Congress workers were also detained by Delhi Police. Congress leader Randeep Surjewala, AICC secretary Pranav Jha and NSUI chief Neeraj Kundan along with other party leaders remained in custody at the Vasant Kunj police station. Also, Section 144 was imposed around the Congress office. Delhi Police had also detained Delhi Congress chief Anil Chaudhary and others for protesting.

Congress leaders lashed out at the central government

Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said that Delhi Police and Modi government have crossed all limits of shamelessness when they mercilessly attacked Congress leaders and workers. The way female MP JB Mather was dragged by male constables, the way she was beaten up reflects the anti-women mentality of the Modi government.

Let us tell you that the investigating agency had earlier asked Rahul Gandhi to appear on June 2. But he had requested for some other date to appear that he was out of the country. The agency has summoned Congress President Sonia Gandhi in the same matter on 23 June. Earlier, he was given notice to appear on June 8. But the Congress President had sought more time to appear because she is infected with Corona and has not recovered yet.

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