Robert Vadra, who has been grilled for two consecutive days, will be back at the Enforcement Directorate office again for questioning in the money laundering case. The central probe agency had questioned him for over 8 hours on Thursday and for almost six hours on Wednesday in connection with alleged criminal charges of dubious financial dealings. The son-in-law of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi has been refusing any links with arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari and his relative Sumit Chadha, the ED officials think otherwise. According to the probe agency, a mail reveals the extent of dealings between all three in the money laundering case.
Robert Vadra’s questioning over, leaves ED office after 8 hours of grilling.
Robert Vadra was questioned for around 24 hours in the last three days by Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with a money laundering case. https://t.co/Bxc2k2sec9
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News Nation Exclusive: ED questions Robert Vadra over his links with arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari. Bhandari had revealed to Income Tax dept that he had booked Vadra's ticket from France's Nice to New Delhi in August 2012.
Vadra is being quizzed on number of properties in the country.
Vadra has been asked to provide income tax returns from 2001 to 2014.
ED demands records of income tax returns from Vadra to ascertain money trail
News Nation has learnt that Robert Vadra has reached the ED office. the officials will soon start questioning him in the case.
In the mail with ‘Brynston Sq’ written in subject line, Chadha rues over delay in payment. “Hi Robert, Hope all is well. Any update on when some funds will be sent, have not heard back from anyone and & would appreciate if you can let me know so I can plan my cash flows (sic).”
News Nation has the very mail on which the ED is basing its probe. The mail is written by Chadha complaining about not receiving any ‘funds’ for the London house renovation.
On Friday, Vadra’s brother-in-law Rahul Gandhi attacked PM Modi and said that the government can probe the allegations but it must also come clean on the Rafale deal.
This will be third time in a week that Vadra will be at the ED office.