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‘King’ won’t ever have the ability to break our spirits: Rahul Gandhi targets PM Modi after being detained

“The nation’s ‘King’ has ordered — whosoever asks questions on unemployment, inflation, unsuitable GST, Agnipath — put them in jail. Although I’m in custody now, regardless that it might be thought of against the law to boost the voice of the individuals within the nation now, they’ll by no means have the ability to break our spirits,” Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.

The Congress chief earlier took potshots on the ruling dispensation for “dictatorship”. He alleged that they weren’t being allowed to carry discussions inside Parliament and the leaders have been arrested throughout protests.

देश के ‘राजा’ का हुक्म है – जो बेरोज़गारी, महंगाई, गलत GST, अग्निपथ पर सवाल पूछेगा – उसे कारागृह में डाल दो।

भले ही मैं अभी हिरासत में हूं, भले ही देश में अब जनता की आवाज़ उठाना जुर्म हो, लेकिन वो हमारा हौसला कभी नहीं तोड़ पाएंगे।

— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) July 26, 2022

“India is a police state, Modi is a king,” he instructed the media.

The ED recorded Sonia Gandhi’s assertion on the second day of questioning in a cash laundering case linked to the Nationwide Herald newspaper, officers mentioned. She was questioned for two.5 hours earlier than lunch and rejoined after a break.

The 75-year-old Congress president’s questioning and recording of statements started round 11.15 am after preliminary formalities, together with the verification of summons and signing of the attendance sheet, have been accomplished.

She was questioned for over two hours earlier on July 21. She replied to twenty-eight questions put forth by the company.

The Lok Sabha MP from Rae Bareli is known to have been requested questions pertaining to her involvement with the Nationwide Herald newspaper and the corporate underneath scanner within the case, Younger Indian Pvt Ltd. The questioning of the Gandhis pertains to the cost of alleged monetary irregularities within the Congress-promoted Younger Indian, which owns the Nationwide Herald newspaper.

The Congress has slammed the company’s motion in opposition to its prime management and termed it “political vendetta”.

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