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November 30, 2022



National Herald case: Rahul is not in the country, will not appear in front of ED today, Congress said – notice will not break the spirits

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According to party sources, Rahul Gandhi is expected to return home by June 5. After this, he will ask for a new date for interrogation in the money laundering case.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will not be able to appear before the ED today for questioning in the money laundering case related to the National Herald. According to Congress sources, Rahul is currently on a foreign trip and will probably return home on June 5. ED has been informed that Rahul Gandhi is not in Delhi.

Sources said that Rahul Gandhi had left the country on May 19. He had attended events held in London from May 20 to 23. He has not returned to India since then. Rahul Gandhi is expected to return home by June 5. After this, he will ask for a new date for interrogation in the money laundering case. Let us tell you, the ED had summoned Congress President Sonia Gandhi on June 8 and former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on June 2 to appear for questioning in this well-known case.

ED notice will not break Sonia-Rahul’s spirits: Congress
On the summons of the ED, the Congress said from its official Twitter handle that, ‘When the Congress is not afraid of the British and their atrocities, then how can the ED notices break the morale of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi and the party? We will win, we will not give up. We will not be afraid.

Politically motivated case: Abhishek Manu Singhvi
On the other hand, senior Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi held a press conference with Chief Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala on Wednesday. He said both the leaders would appear before the ED. We will face them. We are not intimidated or intimidated by such tactics. This is a politically motivated matter and does not require any investigation. Surjewala and Singhvi confirmed that the Gandhi family would join the probe whenever the ED wanted.

If the money is not transferred then where is the money laundering?
According to Singhvi, the National Herald newspaper is published by Associated Journals Limited (AJL), which was in debt. After this Congress invested 90 crores in it over several decades. AJL did what every company in India or abroad does. The company converted its debt into equity. Thereafter, equity of Rs 90 crore was handed over to a new company Young India. Singhvi said Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and some other Congress leaders had shares in Young India. Young India was registered as a non-profit company. Through this transaction, AJL became a debt free company. Not a single asset and money has been transferred, then where is money laundering? where is the money? No money was transferred yet a money laundering case was registered.

Discussion on Rajya Sabha elections, Rahul participated
Meanwhile, Congress brainstormed about the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections. A party leader said on the condition of anonymity that Rahul Gandhi also participated virtually in this.

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