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National Herald case: Rahul Gandhi back with ED, leaves at 11.30pm

Congress MP spends over 11 hours at Enforcement Directorate office during day and night and clocking a total of over 51 hours in five sessions
Rahul Gandhi before  he left for an ED session  last week.
Rahul Gandhi before he left for an ED session last week.
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Our Bureau, PTI   |   New Delhi   |   Published 22.06.22, 03:25 AM

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi returned to the Enforcement Directorate office on Tuesday night to subject himself to questioning that resumed after an over eight-hour session during the day in the National Herald inquiry.

Rahul left the ED office around 11.30pm on Tuesday, having spent over 11 hours there during the day and night and clocking a total of over 51 hours in five sessions.

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PTI reported that Rahul had not been issued fresh summons.

The MP took a half-hour break around 8pm and rejoined the session that had started at 11.30am on Tuesday.

PTI quoted sources as saying on Tuesday evening that once the Congress leader submitted his statement with his signature on every A4-size paper, the sessions that began on June 13 might end.



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