Assam Congress will protest Rahul Gandhi’s questioning

The Enforcement Directorate will question Rahul Gandhi in an alleged money laundering case related to the National Herald newspaper, and Congress members in Assam will protest outside the Raj Bhawan tomorrow.

Police apprehended Assam Congress president Bhupen Kumar Borah and several party officials today. Today’s conflict between Congress employees and officers resulted in the injury of a police officer.

A second charge has been filed against Congress workers for assaulting a police officer.

GP Singh, Assam’s Special Director General of Police, Law, and Order, stated the wounded policeman had received good care and that action had been taken.

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“Another day at work for @assampolice ACP Dispur injured while handling L&O situation at Guwahati. Adequate treatment has been given. Lawful action is being initiated,” Mr. Singh tweeted.

For the third day in a row, the investigation agency questioned Rahul Gandhi, the former Congress president.

So far, the ED has questioned Rahul Gandhi for almost 30 hours. The inquiry agency officers recorded his testimony in repeated sessions under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

According to insiders, the Congress leader double-checked the transcript of his remarks before submitting it.