Enforcement Directorate summons Congress President Sonia Gandhi for interrogation on July 21 in the National Herald Case

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Sonia Gandhi, the president of the Congress, has been requested to appear for questioning by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on July 21 in connection with a case involving money laundering and the National Herald Newspaper.

Sonia Gandhi the president of Congress has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to appear on 21 July, for questioning in the National Herald money laundering case.

According to officials, Sonia Gandhi received a second summons from the agency for June 23; However, the Congresswoman couldn’t attend because she had covid at that time.

Last month Sonia Gandhi was struck by covid. She had to be hospitalized because of a lung infection. Sonia Gandhi was told to rest at home after being released from the hospital. Officials claimed that Sonia Gandhi had asked the ED to delay the summons for four weeks, as reported by a news agency that he show up on July 21.

It should be noted that the Congress President had previously received a notice to appear for questioning on June 8. But in the interim, she contracted Covid-19. She was unable to fully recover until she was invited to attend for interrogation later on June 23.

In this case, Rahul Gandhi, a Congress Member, was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate for more than 50 hours over the course of five sessions.

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