How Robert Vadra haunts Sonia Gandhi, UPA; Parl adjourned

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Robert Vadra
New Delhi, March 12: Parliament has been adjourned for the day on Tuesday, March 12. The two Houses of the Parliament were rocked over Robert Vadra's alleged involvement in land deal scam in Rajasthan, a Congress-ruled state.

Vadra, son-in-law of UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi, seems to have become a constant source of pain for the Central government which has been facing the wrath of the opposition parties.

Mrs Gandhi was present in the Lok Sabha when the BJP members led by Sushma Swaraj trooped into the Well carrying a placard which said 'Finance Minister, adopt the formula of son-in-law; earn sitting at home and reduce losses'.

The BJP had earlier given notices in both Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha for suspension of Question Hour to discuss the alleged anomalies in land deal by Vadra in Rajasthan.

The notices came in the backdrop of reports alleging that Vadra had broken the law in buying land in Rajasthan, much above the prescribed ceiling, and that he was set to reap a windfall from the land in arid Bikaner area.

OneIndia News
(With inputs from IANS)

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