Robert Vadra's lies revealed after Corp Bank statement?

Robert Vadra
New Delhi, Oct 17: Sources close to industrialist and Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra informed that his company did not take any loan from Corporation Bank and thus overruled all claims regarding overdraft in balance sheet prepared by Vadra and Co.

The latest information on Corporation Bank and its loan raised several questions, leaving many to  speculate whether Vadra's lies have been exposed with such statements?

Questions which might have brought Vadra in a fix are as follows:

  • If Sky Light hospitality, Vadra's company, wasn't taking or repaying loan to Corporation Bank, then what was the need to issue a cheque of Rs 7.94 crore to a third party?
  • How did Vadra pay this sum of Rs 7.94 crore? Did the party which received cheque of Rs 7.94 crore really en-cash it?
  • How did Sky Light show an overdraft of Rs 7.94 crore from Corporation Bank in their balance sheet?

Despite several allegations and evidence against Vadra's wrong-doings, Congress continues to defend the sole son-in-law of its supremo. Congress spokesperson Manish Tiwari was quoted as saying, "You had a press conference where allegations were made, prima facie they were found to be untrue. A second set of allegations were made by an officer who has an axe to grind or a certain angst against a transfer order and when the details emerged, facts were found to be totally contradictory to what he's been saying since Tuesday morning. No evidence has emerged in the public space except for baseless innuendo about quid pro quo."

Revelations regarding Corporation Bank surfaced following the transfer report of Haryana IAS officer Ashok Khemka who allegedly had received transfer order as he had started an investigation into disputed deal between Vadra and real estate giant DLF.

However, Congress overruled all such allegations. Congress party General Secretary BK Hari Prasad was quoted as saying, "The allegations are baseless. There is no witch hunt. We do not question the integrity of the officer. It is prerogative of the government to transfer any bureaucrat. The Chief Secretary will be able to brief about the reasons behind the transfer."

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