'This Rahul Gandhi will not bow down', posters put up before ED

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to appear before the Enforcement Directorate in the National Herald case today. But during this time, the Congress leaders were planning to take out a march from the party office in Delhi to the ED (Enforcement Directorate) office, and they were not allowed to do so. In fact, additional security forces have been deployed outside the ED office. Not only this, but apart from this, the Delhi Police has detained many Congress leaders who raised slogans today.

To oppose the ED, Congress leaders have put up posters of 'Rahul Will Not Bow Down' on the streets of the capital Delhi. The poster reads, "Dear Modi and Shah, this is Rahul Gandhi, it will not bow down. Rahul Gandhi has to appear before the ED in connection with the money laundering case related to the National Herald-Associated Journals Limited deal. Congress decided that all the top leaders and MPs of the party will take out a protest march and hold a 'Satyagraha' at the ED headquarters in Delhi, but they have now been stopped by the Delhi Police from doing so.

In fact, senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram said the ED summons sent to Rahul Gandhi in a money laundering case were "baseless" and it appeared that the BJP leader or the state-run by the party does not come under the jurisdiction of the investigating agency. Chidambaram said that every effort should be made to establish unity among the opposition parties in the upcoming presidential elections and this will be done. Asked about the Congress' power show verdict on the ED's summons to Rahul and Sonia Gandhi and the direction to appear before the probe agency on Monday, Chidambaram said, "I want to have my say as a Congress member and as a lawyer. The ED summons sent to Rahul Gandhi under the PMLA (Prevention of Money Laundering Act) are baseless.''

The former Union Home Minister said, "There should be 'money' and 'money laundering' in the crime of money laundering. In the National Herald case, the loan has been converted into a share and lending banks do so on a regular basis. There was no money transaction in this case, so how can it be called a money laundering case. He further argued, "This is like accusing a person of 'snatching a wallet', when there was no wallet at all and was not taken away." 

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