Bhandari confesses to exchanging e-mails with Robert Vadra: Reports

New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law. Robert Vadra has trouble coming his way as an alleged arms dealer, Sanjay Bhandari has made claims before the IT officials that e-mails were exchanged between him, Vadra and his assistant Manoj Arora, as per media reports.

As per reports, during probe by the IT officials, Bhandari admitted that on April 4, 2010 an e-mail was sent by Vadra’s personal ID and was also signed off by him. He further confessed that the e-mail was exchanged so as to finalize the interiors of an apartment.

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Also, the office of the defence consultant was searched by the IT officials on April 27 and April 30.  Following interrogation, Bhandari the IT officials monitored the e-mails and along with this they also sent requests to number of countries including British Virgin Islands, the United Kingdom and Dubai so as to get information about Bhandari’s involvement in the particular deal.

The apartment which was being talked about in the e-mails is the 12 Ellerton House, Bryanston Square which was purchased for Rs 19 crores in 2009 and then sold out in June 2010.

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This comes into limelight following scuffle between the Congress and BJP over the charges levied against Robert Vadra.

Also, supporting Vadra, Sonia Gandhi said that the charge against her son-in-law is a political conspiracy and along with this, she also accused PM Modi of behaving like a Shehenshah.

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