Rahul Gandhi stated that I was too exhausted to answer 20% of the questions. ED personnel

Rahul Gandhi said Enforcement Directorate officers were impressed by his patience with questions he showed . The former party chiefs said he avoided responding to about 20% of the questions put to him by saying he was feeling too tired .

New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi, the leader of Congress, said on Wednesday that the Enforcement Directorate officers who questioned him about the suspected money laundering in the National Herald lawsuit were impressed by his patience with questions he showed.They approached him about his stamina's secret, so much so that he inquired about it.However, the version was rejected by ED sources.When asked about Rahuls' assertion, he avoided responding to about 20% of the questions put to him by saying he was feeling too tired, according to the agency's sources.

Starting June 13, Rahul appeared at ED headquarters for all five days.On Wednesday, he said that his experience as a Congress officer and in Vipasana gave him a calm response to the questioning.However, there are more facts in the ED, which show the agency's willingness to follow laws regardless of the accused's reputation and other aspects that are considered essential for prosecution, as well as rebellion against high-voltage marches of Congress.They also challenged the claim that Rahul was held at the agency's headquarters for a long time on five days.

He took long to finish his own comments, and the review part of the session was the most interesting part of the day.Rahul arrived at the ED office around 11 a.m. every day and left around 11 p.m. with a one-hour lunch break, during which he was able to return to his house.Sources said it was also unfair on the part of Congress to publicize Rahul's allegations about his investigation by ED, considering that the party earlier issued a legal notice to the home minister, the finance minister, and the law minister, accusing the department of leaking information The Department of Justice is looking at the ties between YI and Congress, which was the owner of AJL before the transfer of its total stake to YI in lieu of Rs 50 lakh.Congress deemed this amount to be the payment of a Rs 90 crore owe by AJL to Congress.