Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Sonia Gandhi ED: Rahul Gandhi detained by police; Said "Modi is king, police state" | Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi Detained During Protest ED Sonia Gandhi Narendra Modi GST Price Rise sgy 87

Sonia Gandhi ED Questioning: Congress president Sonia Gandhi is being questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), and the party is protesting against it across the country. Meanwhile, participated in the movement in the capital Delhi Rahul Gandhi The police have taken action against him and detained him. Earlier on July 21, ED had questioned Sonia Gandhi for two hours. In the ‘National Herald’ case, Sonia Gandhi was called for questioning by ‘ED’ after Rahul Gandhi last month. However, Sonia Gandhi’s investigation was delayed due to her infection with Corona virus.

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When Rahul Gandhi was protesting on the Rajpath road, he was surrounded by the police. Rahul Gandhi was protesting against the opposition leaders being targeted by the investigation agencies and on many issues like inflation, GST. Rahul Gandhi was protesting for almost half an hour. After this, the police picked him up and took him in a bus along with other arrested leaders.

Prime Minister Rahul Gandhi before being detained by the police Narendra Modi He criticized that there is a king, and the country is ruled by the police. Rahul Gandhi was alone when the police took action against all the activists after the agitation. The police were discussing whether to take action against Rahul Gandhi or not.

On the other hand, ED is investigating Sonia Gandhi in the National Herald case. Sonia Gandhi has been interrogated once before and this is the second round. Along with Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi also reached the ED office. Rahul Gandhi also reached there before participating in the protest.

What is the matter?

‘National Herald’ newspaper founded by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in AD. Closed in 2008. Pt. It was the mouthpiece of Congress started in 1938 by Jawaharlal Nehru to oppose British imperialism. After the closure of this newspaper, ‘Young India’ company bought it in 2010. Young India Limited was established in November 2010. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi had the largest share of 76 percent in this company. The National Herald newspaper was shut down in 2008 citing financial loss. Congress went ahead and gave ‘AJL’ an interest-free loan of Rs 90 crore. The party said the money was to help begin the process to bring the newspaper back. However, the newspaper could not be revived and AJL failed to repay the Congress loan.

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In 2010, Congress demanded repayment of a loan amount of 90 crores from ‘AJL’. But the company did not have that much money at that time. So the company handed over the ownership from him to Young India Company owned by Gandhi. For this, Young India paid only Rs 50 lakh to AJL. From this, Gandhi took over the public sector company and it is alleged that he took over the property of 2000 crores owned by this company.

In November 2012, Subrahmanyam Swamy filed a private complaint in the case, alleging that the Gandhi family had taken ownership of a public sector company owned by him, Young India Limited. Swamy has claimed that due to this agreement, Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi got tens of thousands of crores of property in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh besides printing the newspaper. Swamy has also claimed that the loan given by Congress in this case is illegal. In 2013, Subramaniam Swamy filed a complaint in the Delhi Sessions Court in this matter. After that, the Income Tax Department started investigating Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case.

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