National Herald Case: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday sealed the National Herald office and directed that the premises should not be opened without the agency’s permission. Simultaneously, security has been beefed up around the Congress headquarters at Akbar Road and Sonia Gandhi’s residence at 10 Janpath in Delhi. Additional police force has been deployed outside Sonia Gandhi’s residence 10 Janpath.
Senior party leaders reached Congress headquarters
On receiving the news of this, other leaders including Mallikarjun Kharge, Salman Khurshid, Digvijay Singh, P Chidambaram have reached the Congress headquarters. Salman Khurshid said that he does not know what is the reason for the sudden barricading? He said that with regard to money laundering investigation, we have clearly stated that there is no basis for this case, as there is no money in it. Congress leader Salman Khurshid said in the National Herald’s alleged money laundering case that if there is no money, then how can there be laundering.
Know what the Delhi Police said when the road to the Congress headquarters was closed.
At the same time, Delhi Police says that such information was received that protesters may gather at the Congress headquarters, so this step was taken as a precautionary measure so that no unwanted situation arises. According to the news agency language report, a senior Delhi Police official said that we got information from our special branch that protesters may gather at the Congress headquarters. Therefore, a precautionary step has been taken. We have put up barricades and deployed policemen so that no untoward situation arises.
Congress’s tweet, the voice of truth will not be afraid of police guards
After the Enforcement Directorate temporarily sealed the premises of the Young Indian Company at the National Herald office in Delhi, the Congress tweeted through its official Twitter handle, “Satya ki Awaaz Nahi Dargehi Policea Pahor Se. Gandhi’s followers will fight and win from this darkness. The sealing of the National Herald office, the imprisoning of the Congress headquarters under police guard shows both the fear and fury of the dictator. But questions of inflation and unemployment will still be asked.