Robert Vadra questioned yet again, by Enforcement Directorate

Yet another day of questioning for businessman Robert Vadra, also brother-in-law of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, in a money laundering case continued at the Delhi offices of the Enforcement Directorate.

The agency alleges that he owns a number of properties in the UK, bought illegally through kickbacks received in India when the UPA government was in power.

Robert Vadra has claimed the investigation was part of a political witch-hunt.

It need be mentioned that yesterday itself, Vadra had been questioned for five hours.

But it is said that he denied owning any property in the UK or knowing the people named including absconding arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari.

The money laundering case was initially filed against a former employee of Skylight Hospitality, a firm linked to Mr Vadra.

Manoj Arora’s role was detected during the investigations against Sanjay Bhandari by the Income Tax Department in another case.

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