Nothing in the National Herald Case suggests that Motilal Vora made financial judgments, according to ED sources.

ED sources say Sonia Gandhi, a party MP Rahul Gandhi, and other Congress leaders who were questioned in the National Herald lawsuit (PMLA) were secretly acquired and transferred to Young Indian Pvt Limited . The investigation was launched by a trial court on July 27, in a private lawsuit by former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Subramanian Swamy .

ED sources say Sonia Gandhi, a party MP Rahul Gandhi, and other Congress leaders who were questioned in the National Herald lawsuit (PMLA) were secretly acquired and transferred to Young Indian Pvt Limited (YIL), which Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi had held for the party at the time of her death on December 6, 2020.According to ED sources, the petitioner's name was not on YIL files or AJL documents to show Vora took The investigation was launched by a trial court on July 27, in a private lawsuit by former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Subramanian Swamy, claiming that the money of Associated Journals Limited (AJL), which published the National Herald newspaper, was fraudulently acquired and transferred to Young Indian Pvt Limited (YIL), in which Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi held 38 per cent ownership.ED also interrogated Sonia Gandhi on July 26, where she arrived with her daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, as part of her investigation.Officials said that it was the third round of questioning of the party's chief, and that it was asked about the newspaper's operations and administration.

Similarly, the ED quizzed Rahul Gandhi for five days in June.From June 13 to June 15, Rahul Gandhi was quizzed by the ED for over 27 hours, and again on June 20.He was deposed before the ED investigators for the first time on June 20.He initially requested an exemption from court appearance on June 16, after which he was summoned on June 17.

The ED then asked him to join the probe on June 20, and he was quizzed for eight hours by the ED in the national capital on Thursday in connection with the National Herald newspaper's money laundering lawsuit.