New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate on Friday issued a brand new subpoena to Interim President Sonia Gandhi as she questioned her in reference to the National Herald newspaper-linked cash laundering case. The central company summoned Sonia Gandhi for questioning earlier on July 25, nevertheless it postponed it by one other day.
The congressman ought to now seem earlier than the federal company on Tuesday, and never Monday (July 25). The purpose for the change of date couldn’t be decided instantly.
Enforcement Directorate has issued new subpoena to Interim President of Congress Sonia Gandhi to hitch the National Herald case on July 26 rather than July 25: Sources
Gandhi, 75, was questioned for greater than two hours on Thursday throughout her first day of interrogation within the case. The investigation is expounded to alleged monetary irregularities within the Congressional-sponsored Young Indian Private Limited, which owns the National Herald newspaper.
Congress leaders slammed the Narendra Modi authorities for “treating the opposition as its enemies” and “abusing” investigative companies towards its leaders whereas the get together staged protests towards the Enforcement Directorate’s interrogation of Sonia Gandhi. Senior congressional leaders, together with some MPs, have been arrested exterior the get together’s headquarters right here to protest the ED motion.
Members of Congress held rallies throughout the nation in any respect state headquarters, with police utilizing water cannons towards protesting Punjab congressmen in Chandigarh and a perpetrator burning down a automotive exterior the ED workplace in Bengaluru. The get together additionally mentioned the protests would proceed within the coming days on the district headquarters throughout the nation.
Leaders of assorted political events, together with the DMK, CPI-M, CPI, NC, TRS, MDMK, NCP and Shiv Sena, in a joint assertion condemned the ED motion towards Sonia Gandhi and claimed that the federal government was operating a relentless marketing campaign towards his political opponents by “mischievous” abuse of investigative companies.
Similar protests had been held when Congress chief Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED final month in reference to the case.