Rahul Gandhi arrived at the ED headquarters on APJ Abdul Kalam Road in central Delhi at 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, escorted by CRPF personnel from the “Z plus” category.
The ED questioned Rahul Gandhi for the fifth day in the National Herald case in New Delhi. After 11.30 p.m., Rahul Gandhi left the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office. According to the information, Rahul Gandhi was interrogated for approximately 10 hours without a break by ED officials. He was then given a break before being summoned for questioning. Rahul Gandhi arrived at the ED headquarters on APJ Abdul Kalam Road in central Delhi at 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, escorted by CRPF personnel from the “Z plus” category.
On Monday, Rahul was interrogated for approximately 12 hours. On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday last week, Rahul, 52, was questioned by ED officials for over 30 hours on three consecutive days, during which his statements under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) were recorded.
On June 23, the ED summoned Congress President Sonia Gandhi in connection with the same case. Sonia was recently admitted to a private Delhi hospital for health reasons related to Kovid-19, and she was released on Monday evening. Doctors have advised him to rest at home, according to Congress. Rahul Gandhi is said to have been questioned about the establishment of ‘Young Indian,’ the operation of ‘National Herald,’ and the loans given by the Congress to Associated Journals Limited (AJL), as well as the transfer of funds within the media institution, during his interrogation so far. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, both members of the Congress, are among the promoters and shareholders of ‘Young Indian.’