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ED opposes robert vadra anticipatory bail | Priyanka Gandhi | Congress | Senthil Balaji | MK Stalin

HW News English
HW News English
The Enforcement Directorate today challenged the anticipatory bail granted to Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of former Congress president Sonia Gandhi, in a money laundering case, claiming non-compliance with bail conditions. The ED claims that Vadra did not follow the rules of his bail agreement.

The ED's lawyer said they will submit an additional affidavit to the court to prove that Vadra broke the bail rules. They asked for some time to do this.

Justice Sudhir Kumar Jain agreed and said the ED has two weeks to provide the additional affidavit. The court will then discuss the matter again in September.

The ED had earlier told the high court that they wanted to question Vadra in custody. They believe Vadra is directly connected to the illegal money activities in the case. The ED also said Vadra was not helping with the investigation.

Vadra is accused of moving money illegally to buy a property in London. The property is worth 1.9 million pounds (over ₹17 crore). The case is being investigated under a law called the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

Vadra's lawyer denied the accusations from the ED. The lawyer said Vadra cooperated with the investigation and appeared before the investigators whenever they asked.

The high court was reviewing the ED's request to cancel the anticipatory bail given to Vadra by a trial court on April 1, 2019. Vadra disagreed with the ED's request. He said there was no proof that he didn't cooperate. He also said he wouldn't try to hide evidence because the ED already took all the relevant documents from him.

Vadra also said the ED was just looking around for evidence and didn't have real proof against him.

When the trial court gave Vadra anticipatory bail, they told him not to leave the country without asking first. They also told him to join the investigation when the investigators asked.

I won't be surprised if robert vadra gets jailed, because it looks like there's a pattern here, why i am saying is this, i will give some examples one by one starting from
tamil nadu, DMK leader and Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister K Ponmudy and his son's premises were raided by the Enforcement Directorate
V. Senthilbalaji, Tamil Nadu Minister for Electricity, Prohibition and Excise, was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate

But, no major central agency action against cm M. K. Stalin

My second example, delhi, AAP Minister Satyender Jain had been arrested by the ED, ED arrests former Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia in excise policy case
But, no major central agency action against cm arvind kejriwal

3rd state maharashtra, Nawab Malik, arrested in money laundering case, sent to ED custody, now out on bail
Former Home Minister of Maharashtra and NCP leader Anil Deshmukh was arrested and is currently out on bail.

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