New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law had been gaining enough unsolicited controversies since he was accused of taking interest free loans from India’s largest real estate conglomerate DLF, in exchange for political favors.
His recent revert on Subramanium Swamy’s ‘Derogatory’ remarks about suit and tie has landed him in a social media combat with the Rajya Sabha member Subramanium Swamy and prompted latter to retort by saying ‘He should focus on staying out of jail”.
On Thursday, Vadra took on to social media site claiming that he was being targeted for political gains, saying “I will always be used for political gains. It’s almost a decade of government’s false & baseless accusations on me. They cannot prove anything without proof,” Vadra wrote on Facebook.
Responding to his Facebook post, BJP said that law will catch up with Vadra.
In this regard, reacting to the Dhingra panel land deal report, Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said, “I have done nothing illegal; will react only after the report is made public.”
Despite being granted two opportunities, Hooda did not appear before the Dhingra Commission for recording of his statement.
When asked about his intervention in land dealings scam Robert Vadra preferred to maintain a silence, which may not work in his favor.
Justice Dhingra who investigated Robert Vadra is supposed to summon the report today by 6pm.