Rahul Gandhi reaches ED office in response to summons in National Herald case
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, surrounded by hundreds of Congress leaders and members, on his way from the party headquarters to the Enforcement Directorate, in New Delhi, on June 13, 2022.IANS

Rahul Gandhi reaches ED office in response to summons in National Herald case

New Delhi, June 13, 2022

Amidst heavy security deployment, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi reached the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office in the national capital on Monday after he was summoned in connection with the National Herald case.

There was heavy police deployment in and around the ED office located at Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Road.

As he left the party headquarters at 24 Akbar Road, several Congress workers accompanied him.

The police however, did not allow them to move further and only Rahul Gandhi was permitted.

The Congress leader was also accompanied by her sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

Earlier in the morning, hundreds of Congress workers reached the Congress headquarters to join Rahul Gandhi in their proposed march to the ED office.

Carrying placards, the party workers raised slogans against the Central government.

As a precautionary measure, the police detained several party workers.

The traffic police also issued an advisory asking people to avoid certain stretches from where the rally was supposed to pass.

IANS

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