Robert Vadra attended the Enforcement Directorate office on Thursday for the next round of interrogation in a money laundering case registered on him.
Vadra wrote a Facebook post reaffirming his belief in the judiciary and claiming innocence.
“Till date, I have deposed 11 times with questioning of approximately 70 hours. In the future also, I will cooperate as always, till my name is cleared of all false allegations and accusations,” Robert Vadra said in a Facebook post.
Robert Vadra’s 12th round of interrogation began hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi is sworn-in for his second turns.
The ED has now urged the high court to remove the anticipatory bail given to him by a subordinate court so that it can arrest and interrogate him in the case concerning to alleged money laundering in the owning of a London-based property worth 1.9 million pounds.
“From the investigation conducted so far, it is revealed that he is involved in the commission of the offence of cross border and domestic money laundering. He is the beneficial owner of various properties under the investigation in the case, which has been acquired through the proceeds of crime,” the agency said in its petition.
An appeal by Robert Vadra to ask approval to travel to London for medical reasons is awaited before a Delhi court.Share this to your,