ED Issues Fresh Summons To Sonia Gandhi In National Herald Money Laundering Case

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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) issued a fresh summons to Ms. Sonia Gandhi, the President of the Indian National Congress (INC,) in the 2012 National Herald money laundering case.

On the 11th of July, Monday, the ED issued a fresh date of the 21st of July, asking Ms. Sonia Gandhi to appear before them for interrogation.  Initially, the ED asked Ms. Sonia Gandhi to appear before them for interrogation in June.  However, Ms. Sonia Gandhi, who tested positive for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) was suffering from health conditions, including post-Covid-19 issues.  Therefore, the INC on behalf of Ms. Sonia Gandhi asked for fresh dates.

On Friday, an ED official said, the Indian National Congress (INC) leader would now join the 2012 Money Laundering investigation for questioning on the  21st of July.

Recently, Ms. Sonia Gandhi and Mr. Rahul Gandhi, the son of Ms. Gandhi, were summoned to appear before the Enforcement Directorate. 

Notably, the ED registered a case against the Gandhis, alleging a money laundering case linked to the National Herald newspaper.  In 2012, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) advocate Subramanian Swamy filed a case, claiming that Young Indian Limited (YIL) took over the assets of the defunct print media outlet Associated Journals Limited (ALJ) in a “malicious” manner to gain profit and assets worth over Rs. 2,000 crores.  As per the registered case, the YIL took a loan of Rs. 50 lakh from the ALJ for starting a newspaper, which was illegal, and then took over the press outlet, National Herald, English Newspaper of ALJ.

However, recently the ED reopened the case and questioned INC leader Mr. Mallikarjun Kharge.  The ED summoned Mr. Rahul Gandhi and Ms. Sonia Gandhi.

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