National Herald Case: ED Questions Sonia Gandhi For Two Hours

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday questioned Congress president Sonia Gandhi in connection with a money laundering case related to the National Herald newspaper. The 75-year-old was questioned for about two hours.

Congress hit out at the government saying it considers Opposition parties as enemies, The Indian Express reported. Several Opposition parties too issued a joint statement accusing the government of having “unleashed a relentless campaign of vendetta against its political opponents and critics through the mischievous misuse of investigative agencies”.

“Prominent leaders of a number of political parties have been deliberately targeted and subjected to harassment in an unprecedented manner. We condemn this and resolve to continue and intensify our collective fight against the anti-people, anti-farmers and anti-Constitution policies of the Modi sarkar that is destroying the social fabric of our society,” the statement said.


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