ED Turns Down Exemption Request In Herald Money Laundering Case, Asks To Appear On Oct 7
Karnataka Congress president DK Shivakumar said the Enforcement Directorate has turned down his plea for exemption from appearance before the agency in Delhi. Notably, ED asked Shivakumar to appear before them on October 7 in the National Herald money laundering case. However, he demanded an exemption and now would decide whether to appear before the agency after talking to his party leaders.
Tags: National Herald Case, DK Shivakumar, Karnataka Congress, Enforcement Directorate, National Politics
Courtesy: Press Trust of India
Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi Tests COVID Positive
Congress party's interim president Sonia Gandhi has tested positive for Coronavirus for the second time. The information was revealed by Congress leader Jairam Ramesh over a Tweet. He then stated that "she will remain in isolation as per government protocol". Notably, she tested positive on June 2, a day after she was issued summons by ED in National Herald case.
Tags: Jairam ramesh, Sonia Gandhi, Covid-19, National Herald Case, Enforcement Directorate
Haryana CM Criticises Congress In National Herald Case, Says, 'Centre Will Take Accounts Of Its Wrongdoing'
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar stated on August 4 that Congress has already plundered the state and that the Centre will investigate any allegations of misconduct by Congress. "Then, the Centre will take all accounts of Congress' wrongdoings," Khattar said. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) shut the Young India Limited office in New Delhi's… read-more
Tags: Centre, Congress, National Herald Case, Money laundering case, Enforcement Directorate
ED Seals National Herald's Office In Delhi Amid Money Laundering Probe
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) sealed the National Herald newspaper's office in Delhi, amid the ongoing money laundering probe, on August 3. With this, National Herald is not permitted to open without prior permission from ED. Also, additional police force has been deployed outside AICC office to avoid any untoward incident. In wake of the aforementioned case, ED conducted raids at multiple places and interrogated Congress leaders Sonia and… read-more
Tags: ED, MONEY LAUNDERING, Delhi, National Herald Case, Congress
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
ED Summons Sonia Gandhi Again In National Herald Money Laundering Case
Sonia Gandhi was interrogated by Enforcement Directorate for more than six hours on the second day of her appearance in National Herald newspaper money laundering case. The 75-year-old has been summoned to appear again on July 27. She recorded her testimony on July 26 and left the agency's Delhi office shortly before 7 p.m. Sonia Gandhi was questioned… read-more
Tags: National Herald Case, Sonia Gandhi, Enforcement Directorate, summoned, national herald newspaper
Rahul Gandhi Held By Delhi Police During Congress Rally Against Sonia Gandhi ED Summon
Delhi Police apprehended Congress leader Rahul Gandhi when he was protesting at Vijay Chowk on July 25. In the money laundering case involving the National Herald newspaper, Rahul protested to the ED investigating his mother and party leader Sonia Gandhi. During the implementation of Section 144 in the region, Congress MPs staged a protest march from Parliament to Vijay Chowk.
Tags: Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Enforcement Directorate, Summon, National Herald Case
Courtesy: DNA INDIA
K'taka Congress Chief Calls ED's Summon Of Sonia Gandhi In National Herald Case 'Unnecessary & Harassment'
The fresh summons issued by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to party head Sonia Gandhi was described as "harassment" and "unnecessary" by Karnataka Congress Chief DK Shivakumar. Shivakumar stated, "We would be observing a peaceful protest on July 26. I appeal to everyone to join this movement." Earlier on July 22, ED summoned Congress President Sonia Gandhi to appear in the… read-more
Tags: National Herald Case, Sonia Gandhi, Karnataka, Congress, Harassment
Courtesy: DNA INDIA
Shashi Tharoor, Mallikarjun Among 75 Congress MPs Detained While ED Questions Sonia Gandhi
Shashi Tharoor, leader of opposition Mallikarjun Kharge and several other MPs were detained for staging a protest against ED questioning Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi. While ED is quizzing Sonia Gandhi in the National Herald case, Delhi police detained around 75 MPs in police vans. Among those detained were Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot, P Chidambaram, KC Venugopal and others.
Tags: Shashi Tharoor, Mallikarjun Kharge, National Herald Case, Sonia Gandhi, ED
Sonia Gandhi Appears For ED Investigation In National Herald Case, Congress Calls Nationwide Protest
Congress President Sonia Gandhi appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning in the National Herald Case, on July 21. This is the first time, Gandhi appeared for investigation, after being summoned by the agency, in the 2015 Money Laundering Case. Besides Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, and Mallikarjun Khagre were also summoned by the ED. Meanwhile, calling the move "Vendetta Politics" Congress leaders decided to hold… read-more
Tags: Enforcement Directorate, Congress President Sonia Gandhi, National Herald Case, MONEY LAUNDERING, Nationwide Protest
National Herald Case: ED Issues Fresh Summons To Sonia Gandhi, Asks Her To Appear By Mid-July
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) investigating the National Herald case, has issued fresh summons to Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi, directing her to appear by mid-July. Gandhi's previous summon was dated July 23, which she did not honour, citing her health condition. She had sought for a "few weeks time" after being discharged from hospital due to Covid-19 complications. Reportedly, she underwent a procedure for profound nose… read-more
Tags: National Herald Case, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Congress, ED
Courtesy: Free Press Journal