Rahul Gandhi is currently on a foreign tour and is expected to arrive in the country on June 5, according to sources. A day after Congress president Sonia Gandhi and senior leader Rahul Gandhi were summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning in a money laundering case involving the National Herald newspaper, Rahul Gandhi was summoned by the ED for questioning in a money laundering case involving the National Herald newspaper. a day after Congress president Sonia Gandhi and senior leader Rahul Gandhi were asked to appear before the ED for questioning in a money laundering case linked to the National Herald newspaper. On the condition of anonymity, sources within the Congress party told ANI that "Rahul Gandhi departed the country on May 19 to take part in a series of public events in London from May 20 to May 23. He has not returned to India since then."
"Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to return home by June 5," according to sources, "after which he would request another date from the ED for interrogation in a money laundering case." In an official notice, the ED has ordered Sonia to appear before the agency on June 8, while Rahul, who is not in town, was invited to join the investigations on June 2, but the former Congress president requested a date after June 5, as he is not in the country, according to party sources."