Five leaders to join ED's probe today on National Herald case

NEW DELHI: To join in the inquiry in connection with a Prevention of Money Laundering case connected to the National Herald matter, five members of Congress will appear before the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

The information indicates that P. Sudarshan, Shabbir Ali, and J. Geeta Reddy can join the investigation on Tuesday.
The Enforcement Directorate has requested that Congressman D.K. Suresh and his brother, D.K. Shivakumar, appear on October 7. About the connections between Young India and Dotex, all the leaders are going to be questioned.
In Sreepally in Ballygunge, Kolkata, at 5, Lower Rawdon Street, the firm is allegedly located. It is located in the Aakash Deep housing complex.

"Young India (YI) allegedly received Rs 1 crore from Dotex business. They provided YI with a loan in 2010. Dotex Merchandise's debt was never paid back. YI had only recently been founded when this loan was repaid," Enforcement Directorate source stated.

The ED has doubt that the money was laundered through Young India 

Case history Subramanian Swamy, a former BJP member of the Rajya Sabha, filed a complaint regarding the National Herald on November 1, 2012.

Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, leaders of the Congress, were also summoned.

On August 1, 2014, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed a complaint for the prevention of money laundering.

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