National Herald Case: Sonia Gandhi will not appear before ED on Thursday, this is the reason
Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday requested the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to extend its presence in connection with the National Herald case probe by a few weeks, which was accepted by the ED. However, in the National Herald case, the agency has not yet given him the next date of fresh summons. Please tell that he was to appear before the ED on Thursday, which has been postponed for the time being. Notably, the party had said that since the doctor had advised Sonia Gandhi to take rest, the date of her appearance should be extended by the next few weeks. Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh gave this information by tweeting.
Summons were issued on June 23 in the alleged money laundering case
Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh tweeted, “Doctors have advised Sonia Gandhi to take rest at home now as she has been admitted to the hospital due to covid and lung infection.” In such a situation, the Congress President has written a letter to the ED today, demanding that the date of his appearance be extended for the next few weeks till he is fully recovered. The summons was issued on June 23 in the alleged money laundering case. Sonia Gandhi was recently admitted to a private hospital in Delhi due to health problems related to Kovid-19, from where she was discharged on Monday evening.
Gangaram was admitted to the hospital
Significantly, Sonia Gandhi was admitted to Ganga Ram Hospital after being infected with Corona. He was admitted on 12 June. The Enforcement Directorate had summoned him for questioning on June 23. Earlier, the ED had summoned him on June 8, but he could not appear due to corona being infected.
Rahul Gandhi questioned for 53 hours in 5 days
At the same time, in the same case, the ED questioned Rahul Gandhi for more than 50 hours in five days, during which his statement was recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The Congress has termed the ED’s action as a policy of taking revenge on the opposition leaders of the central government.