Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, will appear before the Enforcement Directorate on the second day of questioning in the National Herald case. Over a 10-hour period on Monday, the ED questioned him about the National Herald case.
Randeep Surjewala and other senior Congress figures have been detained in connection with the investigation led by the ED against Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case.
Along with this, Congress tweeted and said, “What is the government afraid of? There are many police stations where Congress leaders are being held. And they are strong in spirit. And now they are saying, neither will you be afraid, nor will you bow down.
Several top congressional leaders were detained on Monday after the first day of interrogation was marked by street protests and high political drama. Bhupesh Baghel, the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, and Ashok Gehlot, the Rajasthan Chief Minister, participated in the Satyagraha marches.
In response to a party protest, former Union minister P Chidambaram was pushed by the Delhi Police and fractured his left rib.