National Herald Case: Not Afraid Of Modi, Says Rahul Gandhi

| Updated: August 4, 2022 2:02 pm

A day after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) sealed the offices of Congress-promoted Young Indian Private Limited, Rahul Gandhi said that such actions will not intimidate the party. In a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that these actions were an attempt to intimidate the Congress party, but they will not work. He stressed that his party was not afraid of Modi.

Talking to the reporters, outside the Parliament, Gandhi said, “We will not be intimidated. We are not afraid of Narendra Modi. They may do whatever they want. It does not matter.”

When the probing agency sealed the offices, Gandhi said that such actions will not prevent him from working for the country. “I will continue to work to protect the country and democracy and maintain harmony in the country. I will continue to do my work whatever they may do,” he said.

Following Ed’s action, platoons of police barricaded not just the Young Indian offices but also the residences of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi. Talking about this matter, Rahul said with conviction that the ‘truth cannot be barricaded’.

Furthermore, the Congress leader said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government wants to silence him and his supporters by pressuring them. “But we will not be silenced,” he said. “What Narendra Modi and Amit Shah are doing in this country and against democracy, we will stand against it whatever they may do. It does not matter.”

The ED’s decision to seal the Young Indian office has left the Congress leaders outraged. The leaders have slammed the probe agency’s actions and alleged that the entire case is part of the Centre’s vendetta politics. ED’s action comes a day after the agency carried out searches at 12 locations in connection with the National Herald money laundering case.

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