Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to appear again today before ED in National Herald case

Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi will again show up today before the Enforcement Directorate for keep his assertion under PMLA in the midst of tight security regarding the organization test into National Herald case.

This will be Rahul’s second continuous appearance before the organization agents in as numerous days. Recently he was addressed and recorded his articulation under criminal arrangements of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) for more than 10 hours.

Sources said since Gandhi didn’t give replies with clearness on a couple of the inquiries and furthermore he has been posed to outfit a few reports pertinent to the case, he was served request to show up again today.

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In the mean time, Delhi Police have made elaborate security game plans in and around the ED office and the Congress central command here considering the dissent (Satyagraha) walk by the party chiefs and laborers.

The Police have forced prohibitory request under area 144 of the IPC close to the ED base camp to prevent any group gathering there.

Authorities said an enormous number of Delhi Police and CAPF staff have been sent to manage what is going on.

Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi leaves from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office in the wake of addressing in the National Herald case, in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

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