Money Laundering Case: Taking major action in the National Herald money laundering case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has sealed the office of Young India in Delhi on Wednesday evening. Along with this, security has also been increased outside the Congress headquarters. Akbar Road leading to Congress office has been blocked from both the sides. However, there is no concrete evidence yet as to why the security has been increased outside the office.
According to information received from sources, after the action of ED, Congress leaders have opened a front against the central government. Congress leaders held a press conference at the Congress headquarters and targeted the Center fiercely. Along with this, security has also been increased outside the house of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi.
Addressing the media, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said that the Delhi Police, other security forces have surrounded the Congress headquarters, the house of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. Jairam Ramesh has called it a dirty form of revenge politics. He said that the party will continue to raise its voice against injustice. The government is trying to suppress the voice of the opposition parties, but the Congress party is not going to sit silent.
On the other hand, Ajay Maken said that on August 5, the Congress was going to demonstrate against inflation at the national level. This was announced last Saturday. Today we got a letter from DCP that Congress cannot hold any demonstration.
After increasing police security, a tweet has been made from the Twitter handle of the Congress. It was written that, ‘The voice of truth will not be afraid of police’s guards. Gandhi’s followers will fight and win from these darkness. Along with this, it was further written that sealing the office of the National Herald, imprisoning the Congress headquarters under police guard shows the panic and fear of the dictator, but questions of inflation and unemployment will still be asked.’
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