Rahul Gandhi calls ED's interrogation big joke, said- 'Had to be interrogated 10 days'

Thiruvananthapuram: In Kerala, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has hit out at the BJP and the Central government. During this time, he has said that he sees five-day interrogation by the ED as a citation. At the same time, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has targeted the BJP and PM Modi. In fact, in a recent statement, he said that the media, ED, CBI and police are behind those who are against their idea. Apart from this, he has also accused the BJP and PM Modi of spreading hatred in the country every day. In fact, he says that whoever goes against his idea, the media, ED, CBI and police are behind it.

Let us tell you all that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is on a three-day visit to Kerala and he was addressing his workers in Wayanad last Saturday, during which he said this. He has made a statement about the ED in Wayanad. "The BJP thinks that questioning me for five days, asking me the same question over and over again for 55-60 hours will make me worried. There can't be a bigger joke than that. I was wondering why they questioned me for just five days, not 10 days? I see my 5 days of questioning as a citation."

He further said, "The BJP government is spreading hatred one day. Our institutions representing the voice of the people are being attacked by the BJP and RSS. Whoever stands against ideology was targeted by the ED, CBI and police. They feel they can scare people who don't agree with their ideology.'' At the same time, he accused the CPM, saying there is a good understanding between both the BJP and the CPM. Speaking on this, he said that the Central government will not take any action against the Kerala CM through the CBI and the ED. That's because there's mutual understanding between the two. At the same time, Rahul Gandhi also questioned the country's economy and GST.

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