Sonia Gandhi, the president of India’s main opposition party, the Congress, has released from hospital. The Doctors advised him to rest for the time being.
- However, before released from the hospital, Sonia was summon to the Enforcement Directorate or ED office for questioning in a money laundering case.
- Former Union Minister and veteran Congress leader Jairam Ramesh announce in a tweet on Monday (June 20) evening that Sonia Gandhi had released from hospital. News from NDTV.
- In a tweet, Ramesh wrote, “Congress President Sonia Gandhi has released from Sir Gangaram Hospital this (Monday) evening. Mr. Ramesh has advised her to rest at home. ‘
Sonia was hospitalize with coronavirus. After released from the corona, he was diagnose with a respiratory tract infection.
Earlier this month, Sonia Gandhi was attack Corona. At first he was in home isolation. He was admitt to Gangaram Hospital on June 12.
Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate had earlier summoned the Congress leader in the National Herald case. However, he could not attend the ED office due to physical illness.
Meanwhile, Sonia Gandhi has been summoned to the ED office again on June 23. However, doctors advised him to rest.
As a result, a hair-raising analysis is underway in the country’s political circles about whether Sonia will appear at the ED office on a specific date.
Earlier, in the same case, ED officials recently questioned Sonia Gandhi’s son and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in three consecutive rounds.
Nine years ago, India’s ruling BJP filed a lawsuit against Rahul, a Member of Parliament, and his mother, Sonia Gandhi, alleging financial corruption.
According to the complaint, they have embezzled about 300 million US dollars by showing fake companies. This is know as the ‘National Herald’ case.
However, Congress has said that allegations of illegal financial transactions in the National Herald case are untrue. The ED once closed the case.
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