Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was summoned again on Wednesday to depose in connection with the National Herald money-laundering case, after being stationed at the Enforcement Directorate’s office for about 12 hours on the second day of his questioning on Tuesday. On Monday, the senior Congress politician was interrogated for more than ten hours.
The opposition, on the other hand, continued its satyagraha, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government of plotting to unjustly incriminate the Gandhi family. The BJP also chastised the grand old party, alleging that it was attempting to exert pressure on the central investigation agency in order to “defend the Gandhis.”
Rahul Gandhi Vadra arrived at the ED offices with his sister, Congress national secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, earlier in the day. His interrogation started at 11.30 a.m. and lasted for four hours. He then went home for an hour at 3.30 p.m., took a break, and returned to the ED office.
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