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Rahul Gandhi leaves for home after 10-hr ED questioning, summoned again on Tuesday

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi left for home late on Monday after being grilled by the Enforcement Directorate in the National Herald scam for about ten hours, over two sessions. He has again been summoned for Tuesday.

Gandhi reportedly corrected a few things in his statements, due to he had to wait for more time at ED headquarters, according to sources. On Monday, Gandhi was questioned by agency officials for several hours. He was given a lunch break after three hours, and went to meet his mother, and Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who is undergoing ‘treatment’ at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

After this, he returned to the ED’s headquarters where he was again questioned till late in the night. Gandhi was questioned about a few transactions made by Kolkata-based Dotex Merchandise Pvt Ltd.

“Dotex firm allegedly paid Rs 1 crore to Young Indian. This was a loan which they gave to YI in 2010. The loan given by Dotex Merchandise was never returned. YI was just incorporated when this loan was paid,” said a source.

Sonia Gandhi has also been summoned in the matter. But she got infected with Covid just after the summons was received and has now been asked to appear on 23 June. On 12 June, she was admitted to a hospital in Delhi after her ‘health deteriorated’.

Congress took out a protest in Delhi against the summons issued to the Nehru-Gandhis. In its entire post-Independence history, the party has been dominated entirely by this dynasty. PV Narasimha Rao, arguably the best PM the party ever produced was not even given due honors at the party headquarters after he passed away, and his legacy has been ruthlessly buried by dynasty sycophants.

As many as 459 Congress partymen, including 26 MPs and 5 legislators from different state Assemblies, were detained on Monday during Congress’ protest march.

“15 members of Lok Sabha, including leader of opposition Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, 11 members of Rajya Sabha, including KC Venugopal and Mallikarjun Kharge, five MLAs of different state Assemblies and other functionaries/workers of the Congress were among the total 459 detained in New Delhi for not following lawful directions of police for maintenance of law & order,” said Special Commissioner of Police, Law and Order, Sagar Singh Kalsi.

Controversial former Home and Finance Minister P Chidambaram, embroiled in several scams of his own along with his family members, claimed he suffered a hairline fracture of his rib after being ‘pushed by burly policemen’.

(With IANS inputs)

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