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The exam is also over in 3 hours, how is it being questioned.. Angry with ED, Rahul Gandhi’s supporters climb on the tank

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New Delhi : Two National Students Union of India (NSUI) activists climbed a water tank in Delhi on Wednesday to protest the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) inquiry against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in an alleged money laundering case related to the National Herald. . An activist of Congress’ student wing NSUI said that the two climbed the water tank near Kalavati Hospital for about six-seven hours.

The two have been identified as Vinod Jakhar, national secretary of NSUI and Neeraj Rai, a second year student of Delhi University. There has been no reaction from the police regarding the incident so far. NSUI national secretary Nitish Gaur said, “They climbed the water tank around 4 pm and stayed there for several hours. When NSUI national president Neeraj Kundan convinced him, he came down.
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‘Exam is also over in three hours, what kind of inquiry is this?’
According to Gaur, ‘They took this step because they do not feel safe in their country. Even an exam gets over in three hours, how is the ED interrogating Rahul Gandhi. On Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi appeared before the ED for the third consecutive day for questioning in the alleged money laundering case. The ED has asked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to appear on Friday to rejoin the National Herald case probe.

Mamata Banerjee condemns ED’s action
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi appeared before the ED for the third consecutive day on Wednesday in a case of alleged money laundering related to the National Herald newspaper and the probe agency has asked him to join the ‘Associated Journals Limited’ (AJL) and the company that owns it. Inquired about his ‘private role’ in decisions related to ‘Young Indian’. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee condemned the Enforcement Directorate (ED) action against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during her remarks at the opposition leaders’ meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday.

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