Congress: ED interrogates Congresswoman Sonia Gandhi; Contest to follow today

The Implementation Directorate question Congress president Sonia Gandhi In the National Herald The case lasted for six hours on Tuesday. She was interrogated for three hours last Thursday. The agency will question her again on Wednesday.

Informed people said that two senior officers, one of whom was the assistant director of the Directorate of Enforcement, questioned Gandhi. An officer was present during the interrogation. The people quoted above said that due to her poor health, a doctor was also there and an ambulance was on standby for the health emergency. Because of her medical condition, Gandhi is forced to spray after every few hours.

Gandhi arrived at the ED office around noon, accompanied by his son Rahul Gandhi and my daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. After a short lunch break, she came back at 3:30pm. ED registered its statements under Section 50 of Anti-Money Laundering Law, which is admissible as evidence in court. The answers given by the two of them were entered by the emergency department officer during the interrogation and the answers presented to them for verification.

The ED reportedly asked nearly 30 questions to Gandhi last Thursday. She was questioned about decisions taken at board meetings young India, along with other issues. Gandhi was due to appear on June 23 but requested a delay of a few weeks until she recovered from Covid-19 and pneumonia. She was discharged from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on June 18, where she was admitted on June 12.

Her son, Rahul Gandhi, was questioned on five occasions last month for more than 50 hours in the Young India takeover of the Associated Journal, which published the National Herald. Gandhis are the directors of Young India. Congress described the case as a political vendetta. ED accuses Gandhis of “misappropriating assets worth over ₹2,000 crore from AJL by paying ₹50 lakh.” The Income Tax Department had opened an investigation against them in a complaint submitted by Bharatiya Janata Leader Subramanian Swami in 2013.


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