ED questions Rahul Gandhi for fifth day in National Herald money-laundering case

Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday showed up before the Enforcement Directorate for the fifth day of addressing in the National Herald illegal tax avoidance case.

Gandhi, 52, alongside his security escort, showed up at the ED base camp on APJ Abdul Kalam Road in focal Delhi at 11.15am.

A solid group of police and paramilitary work force was conveyed around the government organization’s office even as Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure has been forced nearby.

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The Congress MP from Wayanad has spent around 42 hours at the ED office over the beyond four sittings with the agents, where he was addressed over numerous meetings and his assertion recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

He was addressed for three continuous days last week, and after Monday’s scrutinizing, he was approached to rejoin the meeting and complete the recording of his assertion.

Gandhi left the organization office after 12 PM on Monday.

The test relates to supposed monetary anomalies in the Congress-advanced Young Indian Private Limited, which claims the National Herald paper. PTI

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