Reportedly by Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of congress chief sonia gandhi on saturday, a delhi court has sought permission to travel abroad for medical treatment and business purposes. Currently, Vadra is facing a probe under the Money Laundering Act, which alleges that money laundering related to the purchase of a property in london at 12, Bryanston Square, worth £ 1.9 million. Meanwhile senior advocate KTS Tulsi, appearing for Vadra, told Special Judge Arvind Kumar that his client wanted to travel to spain for two weeks from Dec. 9.
Further, as reported by Special Judge Arvind Kumar, the ED directed the file to a Dec. 9, when the court will hear the matter, after which the agency sought time to file its response. Previously in june, the court allowed Vadra to travel to the US and the netherlands for six weeks on account of health reasons. It, however, did not allow him to go to the United Kingdom.
Moreover, the ED had a clear indication that it could be destroyed by the UK. It was stated that Vadra was directed to leave the country on april 1.