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BJP releases video against Robert Vadra, seeks explanation from Sonia Gandhi

vadra1The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday released a video accusing the Haryana and Rajasthan governments of favouring Robert Vadra in acquiring lands fraudulently.

The video also accuses Gandhi family of helping Vadra in acquiring the lands.

The BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad in a press conference told that rules were bent to favour Vadra and Sonia Gandhi should give explanation on Vadra’s model of development.

Terming the scam as ‘Damaadgate’, Prasad also said there was violation of environmental laws and it is a clear case of corruption.
Alleging that the ‘model’ became successful due to the patronage provided by the Gandhi family to Robert Vadra, BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “There was gross violation of laws relating to land and environment. The influence of the family helped make Vadra big earnings in the deals.”

The six-page booklet titled ‘Damad (son-in-law) Shree’ refers to the alleged deals of Mr. Vadra in Rajasthan and Haryana.

The nearly 8-minute documentary seeks to show how Mr Vadra was allegedly helped in his business deals by the Gandhi family using their clout.

Mr. Prasad said BJP was not targeting an individual but the issue of corruption.
“Someone talks about a big heart. Whose big heart helped Robert Vadra to establish his empire in such a short span with an initial investment of Rs one lakh,” he questioned.

He was referring to Priyanka Gandhi’s dig at Mr. Modi that a 56-inch chest was not needed to run the country but a “big heart” and “moral strength”.

Mr. Prasad said except Mrs. Vadra, Congress has made no serious attempt to defend Mr. Vadra.

Alleging that the land deals involving Mr. Vadra were a “textbook case of corruption and crony capitalism under state patronage”, he said BJP wants to know from Congress President Sonia Gandhi and party Vice President Rahul Gandhi as to under whose patronage Mr. Vadra was allowed to carry out the deals in Haryana and Rajasthan “violating various environmental and land laws”.

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