‘Party under siege’: Congress cries foul after cops deployed outside HQ, Gandhis’ homes

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The ED sealed the Younger India Restricted workplace positioned within the Nationwide Herald constructing on Wednesday. Quickly after, Delhi Police stepped up safety outdoors the Congress HQ.

Delhi Police has stepped up security near the Congress headquarters in the national capital

Delhi Police has stepped up safety close to the Congress headquarters within the nationwide capital. (File photograph/ for Illustration)

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  • ED sealed a part of Nationwide Herald constructing on Wednesday
  • Quickly after, Delhi Police stepped up safety outdoors Congress headquarters
  • Jairam Ramesh slammed the transfer alleging that this has turn into norm somewhat than exception

Police forces have been deployed outdoors the Congress headquarters in New Delhi after the Enforcement Directorate sealed the Younger India Restricted workplace positioned within the Nationwide Herald constructing. The Congress slammed blocking of roads to get together headquarters, alleging that this has turn into a norm somewhat than an exception.

The Delhi Police stated it has stepped up safety close to the get together’s headquarters within the nationwide capital to stop any untoward incidents.

The Congress hit out on the Centre over the transfer and tweeted, “The voice of reality won’t be afraid of police guards. Gandhi’s followers will battle and win over this darkness.Sealing the workplace of the Nationwide Herald, imprisoning the Congress headquarters below police guard exhibits each the worry and the fury of the dictator. However questions of inflation and unemployment will nonetheless be requested.”

Congress chief Jairam Ramesh slammed the police blocking the get together HQ and stated, “Delhi Police blocking the highway to AICC Headquarters has turn into a norm somewhat than an exception! Why have they simply carried out so is mysterious…”

Safety has additionally been beefed up outdoors Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi’s residence within the nationwide capital.

Earlier, the Enforcement Directorate had questioned Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in reference to the Nationwide Herald newspaper-linked cash laundering case. The questioning pertained to the cost of alleged monetary irregularities within the Congress-promoted Younger Indian Non-public Restricted, which owns the Nationwide Herald newspaper.

(With inputs from Supriya Bhardwaj, Arvind Ojha)

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