New Delhi, Oct 8 (): In a major corruption charge against Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra in a land property dealing, India Against Corruption (IAC) member Arvind Kejriwal in a press conference accused Mr Robert Vadra of having purchased a property worth more than Rs three hundred crores for just Rs fifty-lakh.
Assumptions were extensive in the political circle in New Delhi after Kejriwal made public by announcing the corruption of the influential Robert Vadra who is the husband of Priyanka Gandhi and son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi.
Arvind Kejriwal in an earlier meeting said that he would expose information against two political leaders on Oct 2, but then made a delay in attending a press conference and revealed the secret on Friday. The next revelation will be on Oct 10 against a Mumbai-based political personality, said Kejriwal.
In the beginning of this year, both Arvind Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan made charges against fifteen Union ministers including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by disclosing documents connecting them with the alleged corruptions, in which they expected the government to investigate the ministers through a special team.
The ruling government at the centre however paid no attention to the team’s demand even after a hunger strike which was not much significant that was carried out at Jantar Mantar by the previous Team Anna members in July.
According to evidence, it is quite obvious that Robert Vadra had given special treatment to the real estate companies from whom he obtained innumerable profit, but until Congress is ruling the nation, investigation is not possible, said Kejriwal.
The IAC activists are perhaps exposing top secrets of influential persons expecting to make the basement strong of their nameless party which was recently launched.
Meanwhile Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit believed the allegation as baseless and said that “it is not fair to spray mud on a person who keeps himself away from politics.”