National Herald Case: Rahul Gandhi summoned for the fifth time amid protests
New Delhi : Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been summoned again by Enforcement Directorate for questioning in National Herald case in New Delhi. This is the fifth summon for him after four round of questioning in the matter.
Since June 13, Rahul Gandhi has already spent more than 40 hours under ED's grilling in the case.
As per reports, so far Rahul Gandhi has denied having any knowledge about transactions between the Young Indian, which is controlled by the Gandhis and described as a charitable organization, and Associated Journals Ltd (AJL), publisher of the National Herald newspaper.
Mr Gandhi has maintained in his statements that all the transactions made in past were managed by late Congress treasurer Motilal Vohra and he is responsible for all.
Meanwhile, Sonia Gandhi has been discharged from Shri Gangaram Hospital in Delhi where she was undergoing treatment for coronavirus related complications. She has been summoned by the agency for questioning on Thursday.
Several Congress leaders have been protesting across the national capital against the questioning by ED in the matter.