‘He is tired, I am not tired’ – Rahul reveals how he spent 5 days in ED office
The Enforcement Directorate has questioned former Congress President Rahul Gandhi for five days so far in an alleged money laundering case related to the National Herald newspaper. The probe agency has not issued any fresh summons to Rahul and his interrogation is believed to be over, at least for now.
Rahul Gandhi today addressed his party workers after spending five days in the ED office. Meanwhile, he told what happened to him in the ED office.
“The interrogation room in the ED office was 12 feet high,” he said. In the middle was a desk and a computer. There were three ED officers sitting in front of me and one The officer was standing outside. I sat in front of them and Don’t move from your chair. They would get up and leave in the middle of the officer. His superior officer needed instructions, so he used to go and go.
“Last night an officer asked, ‘Rahul ji, you tell us that you once sat very late and did not want to get up from the chair.’ You sit up straight, it takes 11 and a half hours to interrogate you but you are not tired. We are tired, but you are not tired. He asked me what was your secret. Rahul Gandhi said that Rahul Gandhi was not sitting alone in the ED room, in that room every Congress leader, worker was sitting with Rahul Gandhi.
“You can tire one man, but you cannot tire lakhs of Congress workers and leaders,” he said. Not only Congress party leaders and workers were sitting in that room, but anyone who fights against this government without any fear was sitting. Rahul Gandhi further said that all those fighting for democracy in India were sitting with me in that room, so how can the mother be tired.
Targeting BJP, Rahul said that Congress means patience, otherwise in BJP only join hands, bow your head, don’t speak the truth, it will still work. The ED officials also understood that the leader of the Congress party cannot be intimidated, suppressed or threatened as the Congress party was fighting for the truth.