Sonia Gandhi Was Questioned By ED For Three Hours

Sonia Gandhi was questioned by ED for three hours, now to appear again on July 25; Congress’s furious demonstration across the country: National Herald Case.

National Herald Case In the money laundering case related to the National Herald case, Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi was questioned by the ED today.

Sonia Gandhi left the agency’s office after three hours of questioning. Sonia was questioned by a team of ED Additional Director Monika Sharma.

During interrogation, he was accompanied by his son Rahul Gandhi and daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

A few minutes later, Rahul left the ED’s headquarters while Priyanka remained with him to dispense the medicine.

According to the information, the Congress President has been called once again by the ED on July 25 for questioning.

Priyanka stayed with her citing her health.

Priyanka had requested to be present at the ED’s headquarters along with her mother. Keeping in mind Sonia’s health, the ED allowed Priyanka to stay in a separate room.

ED sources claimed that she was asked the same questions that were asked during the five-day interrogation of Rahul.

Congress protests across the country.

The party today staged protests across the country due to the appearance of Congress President Sonia Gandhi before the ED.

Many Congress MPs and many leaders protested from the street to the Parliament. Meanwhile, seeing the increasing protests in Delhi, the police also detained MPs, including many senior Congress leaders.

Demonstrations broke out in many places, water cannon was used.

Congress workers protesting against ED’s action on Congress leaders also staged violent demonstrations at many places.

Meanwhile, in Delhi and Chandigarh, the police also used water cannons on the protesters. In Telangana and Karnataka, the protests turned so fierce that activists even torched vehicles.

Many big leaders including Ghulam Nabi Azad called the presentation wrong.

Let us tell you that many big leaders of Congress also opposed Sonia Gandhi’s appearance before the ED.

Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said that repeatedly summoning two members of the same family is very wrong.

At the same time, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot also protested saying that the ED should have gone to Sonia’s house and inquired. He called it an act of retaliation by the government.

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