Money Laundering Case: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has accepted his request to postpone the interrogation of senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald money laundering case from June 17 to 20 due to personal reasons. have taken. The Congress MP has written to the ED’s investigating officer requesting him to exempt him from the interrogation scheduled for Friday (June 17), as he wants to be with his ailing mother, Sonia Gandhi.
Interrogation for 30 hours in 3 days
It is also being speculated that after questioning Rahul Gandhi, the ED may issue a notice of interrogation to some more big people. Significantly, in the Young Indian case, the ED questioned Rahul Gandhi for more than 30 hours for 3 days. During this interrogation, Rahul Gandhi was questioned regarding his bank accounts, foreign properties and loans to Young Indian and Associate Journal Ltd.
Rahul Gandhi kept silence on technical questions
Sources said that Rahul Gandhi gave a complete explanation in response to the questions asked during interrogation. He said that Young India Company is not a for-profit company, nor can any director personally take profit from this company. He also said that former veteran Congress leader Moti Lal Vora used to have information related to transactions from accounts. Sources also claim that in response to many technical questions, Rahul Gandhi kept silent and tried to put it by saying that he would ask his CA in this regard or collect the information.
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