Businessmen Robert Vadra who is facing quizzing from Enforcement Directorate(ED) in connection to money laundering cases, on Saturday moved to Delhi Court with an application seeking a copy of case-related documents with the central probing agency.
The Application was moved by his Counsel KTS Tulsi. Special Judge Arvind Kumar posted the matter for February 25(Monday).
Earlier, the Court had on February 16 granted Interim Relief to Priyanka Gandhi‘s Husband Robert Vadra. During the hearing, Enforcement Directorate (ED) counsel informed Patiala House Court that the probing agency will require Vadra to appear before it 4-5 times to carry forward ongoing Investigation in alleged Money Laundering Case.
KTS Tulsi submitted before the Court that his Client has no problem in appearing before the Delhi Court.
However, on 19th February, Vadra skipped ED’s Summon citing Health Issues.
Vadra has termed as “witch hunt” the ED’s action of attaching assets of a firm linked to him, and claimed that it showed “complete misuse of the assertion of power”.
Vadra on Feb 1 moved to Patiala House Court seeking anticipatory bail petition in connection with a money laundering case. The Court on Feb 2 granted relief to Vadra till Feb 6 then till March 2.
The case relates to allegations of money laundering in the purchase of a London-based property — located at 12, Bryanston Square — worth 1.9 million pounds, which is allegedly owned by Vadra.
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