Congress President Sonia Gandhi, throughout her Questioning in the National Herald case from the Enforcement Directorate (ED), has given answers similar to these her son and occasion chief Rahul Gandhi advised investigative company officers, sources said IndiaToday.
During the primary two days of the interview, Sonia was requested concerning the financial transactions involving the Associated Journal Limited (AJL) and Young Indian Private Limited. Sources have advised India Today TV that the occasion chief advised ED officers throughout their questioning that each one finance-related issues can be dealt with by the late Moti Lal Vora. Vora died in 2020 and was the longest-serving Congress occasion treasurer.
Interestingly, when questioned concerning the financial elements, Rahul Gandhi additionally advised officers that each one transactions were dealt with by Vora. Aside from Rahul and Sonia, Congress Chairman Mallikarjun Kharge and Pawan Kumar Bansal had adopted the identical identify prior to the ED.
Regarding questions relating to private features by Young Indian Private Limited, Rahul advised officers throughout his June interview that Young Indian is a not-for-profit company included below the particular provisions of the Companies Act. The congress chief added that not a single penny was taken from it, in accordance to sources.
Sonia Gandhi, who was interviewed for over 8 hours over two days of interviews, gave the ED similar answers when requested concerning the position of Young Indian Private Limited and if anybody had made any financial acquire from this firm.
It is the third day that Sonia Gandhi is being questioned by the company and Rahul was questioned for over 50 hours over 5 days in June.
The ED’s questioning of Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi relates to alleged financial irregularities at Young Indian Private Limited, promoted by Congress, which owns the National Herald. The newspaper is revealed by Associated Journals Limited (AJL) and owned by Young Indian.
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