Senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha Saturday said he will personally demand a detailed inquiry into the allegations against Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, if the BJP came to power.
In a press conference, Sinha said government agencies would be free to probe and take action as per law into the allegations against Vadra. The BJP government will not be vindictive, but law will do its job, he said.
On the remark of Priyanka Vadra that opposition was humiliating her husband, Sinha said she should speak on the business deals of Robert Vadra.
He also said that allegations against Robert Vadra were not new as he himself had raised the issue of his business deals in Parliament six months ago. “Then Priyanka did not object to these allegations. She should have defended her husband at that time,” Sinha said.
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