ED questions Sonia Gandhi for 2.5 hours on day two in money laundering case
The questioning and recording of statement of the 75-year-old Congress president is understood to have begun at 11:15 am after initial formalities, including the verification of summons and signing the attendance sheet, were completed
ED records Sonia Gandhi’s statement in National Herald money laundering case
75-year old Sonia Gandhi was questioned for over two hours during her first day of questioning in the National Herald money laundering case on July 21 where she replied to 28 questions put forth by the Enforcement Directorate
Sonia Gandhi appears before ED for Day 2 of questioning | Here’s what she will likely be asked
Congress President Sonia Gandhi arrived at the ED today for the second round of questioning in the National Herald newspaper. Here’s what the probe agency is likely to ask her.
National Herald Case: Sonia Gandhi Leaves ED Office After Around 6 Hours of Questioning, Called Again Tomorrow
Sources said she has been asked to reappear tomorrow in ED in the case. The Congress president was earlier questioned in the case on July 21. Earlier today, the Congress chief appeared before the ED for the second round of questioning. She rejoined the questioning after lunch. National Herald Case: Sonia Gandhi Leaves ED Office After Around 6 Hours of Questioning, Called Again Tomorrow.