Jammu, May 20: Congress on Wednesday sought to treat the land deals of Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra as a matter related to an "individual" and said if the governments of Haryana and Rajasthan have any documents to show any wrongdoing by him, they can take legal action against him.
"Look, we do not involve the individuals. We, as Congressmen, did not target any individual.
If anything came to our knowledge (with regard to corruption) or any other thing, we did not target those people with their relations," Congress spokesman Raj Babbar told reporters here when asked about Vadra's land deals.
"The governments in Haryana and Rajasthan have all the documents and files with regard to him. It is their (BJP) government and they have all the files. If they feel that such things (wrongdoings) have happened, they can register or reopen cases, they can move High Court, Supreme Court. Whatever the decision would be, we will accept it," he said.
He accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of working for the corporate lobby in India and giving land to big businessmen at throw away prices.
"A businessman has been granted land at the rate of Re one per hectare in which we cannot get even a chocolate," he said. Without giving specific details about it, Babbar said it should be probed.