Alleges Robert Vadra, On Land Case Summons, Unceasing Witch-Hunt Robert Vadra said his lawyer had been compelled to appear in Jaipur and linked it to the Rajasthan election, in which the Congress is making a strong bid to topple the ruling BJP. Robert Vadra said he had cooperated fully for the last 4 and a half years and "will continue to do so".
Robert Vadra, the brother-in-law of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, alleged an "unceasing political witch-hunt" in a statement today on social media, days after summons from the Enforcement Directorate over a land scam case in Rajasthan. "The political witch-hunt carries on unceasingly with government departments clearly operating on an agenda to besmirch my dignity and reputation," Mr Vadra wrote.
He said his lawyer had been compelled to appear in Jaipur today and linked it to the Rajasthan election on Friday, in which the Congress is making a strong bid to topple the ruling BJP. He alleged that when he responded to the previous summons by the Enforcement Directorate, his lawyer sat for three hours and handed over an exhaustive set of documents.