National Herald Case: Rahul Gandhi questioned at ED office, Congress workers clash with police

Publish Date: 14 Jun, 2022 |
 

After a ten-and-a-half-hour-long interrogation of Rahul Gandhi on Monday in the National Herald case, the Central Investigation Agency is still questioning him for the second day. Here, Congress workers staged a massive protest while leaving Rahul Gandhi's party office for the ED office.

ED questions Rahul Gandhi

According to media reports, Rahul was asked what was your position in AJL? What is your role in Young India? Why are the shares in your name? Have you ever had a meeting with the shareholders before? Why did Congress give loan to Young India? Why did the Congress want to restart the National Herald? Can you give information about loan given by Congress?

According to officials, the questioning of senior Congress leaders and the Gandhi family is part of the ED's probe to understand the stake pattern, financial transactions and role of promoters of 'Young Indian' and 'Associated Journals Limited' (AJL). . The promoters and shareholders of 'Young Indian' include Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi and some other Congress members.

Protest outside ED office

Congress workers staged a massive protest, in which many workers were detained by the police. Meanwhile, the Legal and Human Rights Department of the Delhi Congress on Monday moved the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) alleging that the Delhi Police forced and coerced Congress party lawyers present at the spot to provide legal aid and protect constitutional rights. 

Senior Congress leaders KC Venugopal, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Gaurav Gogoi, Deepender Singh Hooda, Ranjeet Ranjan, Imran Pratapgarhi and others who are in police custody have been taken to Badarpur Police Station, Delhi.

 

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