National Herald Case: Sonia Gandhi appears before ED for third day
27 July, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
In connection with money laundering case involving National Herald newspaper, Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi made her third appearance before Enforcement Directorate headquarters in nation...
In connection with money laundering case involving National Herald newspaper, Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi made her third appearance before Enforcement Directorate headquarters in nation’s capital on Wednesday.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Sonia Gandhi arrived to ED office together. Congress supporters are protesting ED’s interrogation of party’s interim president Sonia Gandhi at AICC headquarters in Delhi.
Ashok Gehlot, chief minister of Rajasthan and a prominent member of Congress, said on Wednesday that Supreme Court needed to rule quickly on the panic that Enforcement Directorate is causing in the nation after once more summoning Sonia Gandhi for questioning.
While speaking at a news conference alongside Ghulam Nabi Azad, Jairam Ramesh, and Anand Sharma, Gehlot added, “They started by calling Rahul Gandhi. In five days, he was questioned for many hours. Today’s summons is Sonia Gandhi’s third so far. How long it would endure is unknown. A swift SC ruling on the horror of ED in the nation is necessary.”
At Mumbai’s Borivali railway station, Congress supporters also attempted to halt a train in protest at the ED’s interrogation of the party’s temporary president.
Sonia Gandhi was questioned by ED for more than six hours on Tuesday, the second day of her appearance.