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Day 2 Of Rahul Gandhi’s Questioning, Protests, Detentions: 10 Factors


Rahul Gandhi was questioned for greater than ten hours yesterday.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi is ready to face one other day of prolonged and rigorous questioning by the Enforcement Directorate in a cash laundering case linked to the Nationwide herald newspaper.

This is your 10-point cheatsheet to this massive story:

  1. Rahul Gandhi reached the ED workplace for the second day of questioning. He was earlier on the Congress occasion workplace together with sister and occasion normal secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra amid supportive sloganeering by occasion staff. A number of senior leaders, together with KC Venugopal who was manhandled by the police yesterday, had additionally accompanied Mr Gandhi on the occasion workplace.

  2. Mr Gandhi arrived on the Enforcement Directorate (ED) headquarters on APJ Abdul Kalam Highway in central Delhi together with his “Z+” class CRPF safety escort whilst police personnel have been deployed in enormous numbers and part 144 of the Code of Legal Process (CrPC) was imposed across the company’s workplace similar to Monday.

  3. High Congress leaders like Harish Rawat and Randeep Singh Surjewala have been detained from exterior the Congress workplace as they tried marching to the ED’s workplace. Many staff have additionally been detained. Visuals present a few of them being dragged on the highway by the police. Police and paramilitary forces have been deployed in giant numbers across the occasion’s major Delhi workplace. A number of barricades have been positioned to forestall motion in direction of the grand outdated occasion’s Akbar highway workplace. 

  4. Part 144, which prohibits the meeting of individuals in giant teams, was invoked round the occasion workplace space as properly. Congress legislators declare they have been going to the occasion workplace in separate automobiles, which doesn’t violate the principles, however have been anyway stopped and detained. 

  5. Earlier within the day, Congress occasion staff and senior leaders have been seen in bodily altercations with the police and safety forces as they have been stopped from getting into the cordoned-off space. A number of occasion staff and even a couple of MPs have been detained as they tried to succeed in the occasion workplace. 

  6. Rahul Gandhi was questioned for greater than ten hours yesterday in an alleged cash laundering case linked to the Nationwide Herald newspaper. 

  7. The individual being interrogated is given a set of questions and requested to jot down down the solutions in their very own handwriting. Sources say Mr Gandhi was requested round 25 questions yesterday and is predicted to spend an extended day on the probe company’s workplace once more. In contrast to with the police, statements made to an ED officer are admissible in court docket. 

  8. The Congress once more slammed the BJP-led Centre and accused it of utilizing the probe company as an “election administration division” which it claimed has lodged over 5,000 instances to intimidate political adversaries. The instances vanish when one joins the BJP, the occasion alleged.

  9. Rahul Gandhi requested robust questions of the Centre on the Chinese language encroachment, rising inflation, dealing with of the pandemic, the migrant staff’ plight throughout lockdowns, farmers’ protests and “communal unrest being fanned by the BJP”, senior Congress chief Randeep Singh Surjewala mentioned, claiming that the federal government fears Mr Gandhi and that is the one cause it’s ‘targetting’ him.

  10. The Congress has alleged that the questioning is a part of the ruling  BJP’s “vendetta politics”. Responding to the protests, Union Minister Smriti Irani had mentioned the occasion was attempting to pressurise the probe company and the protest was to not save democracy however to save lots of Rahul Gandhi’s properties price Rs 2,000 crore.

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