ED interrogated for two and a half hours, here, satyagraha and march of Congressmen…

New Delhi | Rahul Gandhi ED Congress: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was on Monday questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the probe into the money laundering case related to the National Herald newspaper. He had reached the agency’s headquarters here along with party leaders and supporters. Officials said that after an interrogation of about two and a half hours, Rahul was allowed to go out of the ED headquarters for lunch at around 2.10 pm. Rahul Gandhi again joined the questioning after the meal. You can continue to record your statement under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). Let us inform that in this case, the interim President of Congress, Mrs. Sonia Gandhi was also called for questioning, but she has been admitted to the hospital after being infected with Corona, due to which she could not attend the interrogation.

Inquiry in the office, Satyagraha on the streets…

Rahul Gandhi ED Congress: Here, the Congressmen held a satyagraha in protest against the ED’s inquiry and marches were taken out in different parts of the country. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Monday accused the central government of trying to suppress the opposition over the appearance of former Congress president Rahul Gandhi before the ED. He said that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are not going to be suppressed by this action being taken in the spirit of ‘vengeance’. He told reporters that the action of ED is malicious. The BJP government at the Center is troubling the national leadership of the Congress with a sense of political vendetta. They are being implicated by putting false cases on them.

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Central government is doing dictatorship…

Rahul Gandhi ED Congress: Baghel, who joined Congress’s ‘Satyagraha’ and march, said where is the rule of law? There is dictatorship going on here. The central government wants to suppress the voice of the opposition by misusing the ED, IB, CBI, which the Congress opposes. He said that the Congress party had given a loan of 90 crores at different times to rescue the ‘National Herald’ in trouble. Giving loan by any political party is not a criminal act under any law in India. Then, how can the Congress party giving a total loan of Rs 90 crore to Associated Journals Limited be treated as a criminal act? Baghel said that there is no FIR in this case. Action is being taken on the basis of a complaint.

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