New Delhi, May 29: Enforcement Directorate(ED) has summoned Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s brother-in-law and businessman Robert Vadra for a fresh round of questioning on Thursday in various land deal cases against him in Delhi’s NCR region, Bikaner and other benami properties abroad.
This is the ninth times he is being called for questioning.
According to probe agency sources, the investigating team is likely to question him for purchase of benami properties such as a villa in Dubai’s Jumeirah worth Rs 14 crore and a flat in London’s Bryanston Square worth over Rs 26 crore.
Vadra has been quizzed for several times in past too.
During his questioning in February last, details of alleged benami transactions behind the purchase of the Jumeirah villa and the London flat were shared with him. He reportedly refused to acknowledge the money trail. He is also under probe in multiple cases filed by the agency under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) pertaining to alleged land grab in Gurgaon and Bikaner.
Meanwhile on Monday, the ED has approached the Delhi High Court seeking cancellation of Vadra’s anticipatory bail so that he does not have protection from arrest.
The Delhi High Court has sought Vadra’s response on ED plea for cancellation of his anticipatory bail in money laundering case.