Enforcement department gives extra chance to Sonia-Dinamani

Officials said on Thursday that law enforcement had given Congress leader Sonia Gandhi more time to appear in the National Herald money laundering case in the last week of July.

Authorities said the enforcement department had adjourned the hearing for four weeks, following a request by Sonia Gandhi that she be given a few weeks’ notice from appearing in court until she fully recovers from her post-coronary injuries.

Enforcement officials have been investigating Rahul Gandhi in this case for more than 5 days. Similarly, Sonia Gandhi, who appeared for the trial on the 8th in this case, contracted Didier Corona. Thus, the enforcement department sent him a new summons to appear for trial on Thursday, based on Ava’s request for time off.

In this context, doctors have advised her to rest at home for a few weeks, following which she was admitted to the hospital due to a carina infection and a lung infection. Therefore, a letter was written on Wednesday to Sonia Chawla by the Enforcement Department to give her more time to appear for trial.

“Enforcement has accepted this and has asked Sonia to adjourn the hearing for 4 weeks and appear for hearing on some date in the last week of July,” enforcement officials said.

Young India, co-run by Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, acquired the National Herald’s Associated Journals in 2010. Subramanian Swamy of the BJP has filed a case alleging massive money laundering. The Enforcement Department has registered a separate case and is conducting an investigation into this money laundering.



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