Sonia Gandhi wrote a letter to ED, asked for further deferment, citing poor health – न्यूज़लीड India

Sonia Gandhi wrote a letter to ED, asked for further deferment, citing poor health


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Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 16:43 [IST]

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New Delhi, June 22 : Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi has written a letter to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday. He has sought some time from the ED for his appearance. Has sought a few weeks’ time to appear before the ED till he fully recovers from Kovid-19 and lung infection. Citing health, Sonia Gandhi has sought some time till she recovers. Said that when I am completely cured, I will appear before the ED.

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Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh tweeted that Sonia Gandhi has been strictly advised to take rest at home after being hospitalized due to covid and lung infection. Therefore, he has written a letter to the ED today, seeking adjournment for a few weeks for his appearance. Let us inform that Sonia Gandhi has been summoned by the ED in the National Herald money laundering case.

Rahul Gandhi has been questioned for 50 hours so far

At the same time, before this, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was also questioned on the fifth day. Rahul Gandhi left the ED office late at night. On Tuesday too, he was questioned by ED officials for about 12 hours. During interrogation on Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi was given a break of only half an hour around 8 pm. After the break ended, Rahul Gandhi again reached the ED office. The central probe agency has so far questioned Rahul Gandhi for about 50 hours. Rahul Gandhi was also questioned for about 10 hours on Monday. He was questioned for about 30 hours last week.

National Herald case probe into role of Gandhi family

Let us tell you that a team of Enforcement Directorate is probing the role of Gandhi family in the National Herald case. This included Young Indian’s acquisition of AJL (Associated Journals Limited), the company that runs the National Herald newspaper, a Congressional mouthpiece. Young Indian has taken over ₹800 crores in AJL’s assets. According to the Income Tax Department, it should be treated as the property of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, shareholders of Young Indian, for which they should pay tax.

Also read- National Herald Case: Sonia Gandhi discharged from hospital, will appear before ED on June 23Also read- National Herald Case: Sonia Gandhi discharged from hospital, will appear before ED on June 23

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Sonia Gandhi writes to ED seeks more time to appear before EDcomplete recovery from Covid-19

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