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Nationwide Herald Workplace Raided, Congress Says “Cannot Silence Us”


Sources say the probe company is prone to connect properties linked to the case after searches.

New Delhi:

Days after the Enforcement Directorate questioned Congress chief Sonia Gandhi in an alleged cash laundering case linked to the Nationwide Herald newspaper, the probe company is in the present day raiding round 12 areas together with the places of work of the newspaper in Delhi and a number of other different premises linked to Related Journals Restricted (AJL) — the corporate that runs the newspaper. Sources say the probe company is prone to connect properties linked to the case after searches.

Congress has hit again saying the Opposition’s questions on essential points like inflation, and unemployment had put the federal government on the again foot. They are unable to reply the folks of the nation so they’re making an attempt to humiliate and blackmail those that are asking uncomfortable questions, the celebration mentioned.

“It is not simply the Congress however leaders of a number of Opposition events who’re being harassed,” Congress spokesperson Syed Naseer Hussain mentioned, including that the grand outdated celebration “is not going to bow down”.

“The raids on Herald Home, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg are part of the continued assault in opposition to India’s principal opposition-Indian Nationwide Congress. 

We strongly condemn this vendetta politics in opposition to those that communicate up in opposition to the Modi Govt. 

You can’t silence us!” Congress MP Jairam Ramesh tweeted.

Mrs Gandhi was late final month requested over 100 questions in 12 hours unfold over three days. Her son and Congress MP Rahul Gandhi was earlier questioned over 5 days and was requested round 150 questions.

The Gandhis are being investigated in what is known as the “Nationwide Herald case” involving the Younger Indian’s takeover of Related Journals Restricted (AJL), the corporate that runs the Nationwide Herald newspaper based by India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

The Enforcement Directorate says the Younger Indian additionally took over Rs 800 crore in property of AJL. In accordance with the Revenue Tax division, this must be thought-about an asset of the shareholders of Younger Indian — Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi – for which they need to pay tax.

Denying any wrongdoing, the Congress asserts that the Younger Indian is a “not-for-profit” firm and so, there may be no query of cash laundering.

Congress leaders and staff have carried out large demonstrations within the nationwide capital, and in addition throughout the nation, in opposition to the questioning of the highest leaders. They allege the case is politically motivated and the Centre is utilizing probe companies for political vendetta. 




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