Robert Vadra Should Lose Protection From Arrest, Probe Agency Tells Court

The plea filed through advocate, Enforcement Directorate Prosecutor D P Singh, said the protection granted to Vadra would be detrimental for the purpose of investigation.

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Robert Vadra Should Lose Protection From Arrest, Probe Agency Tells Court

Robert Vadra was granted anticipatory bail by a trial court here on April 1.


New Delhi: 

The Enforcement Directorate on Friday moved the Delhi High Court seeking cancellation of anticipatory bail granted to Robert Vadra in a money laundering case.

Mr Vadra, brother-in-law of Congress President Rahul Gandhi, was granted anticipatory bail by a trial court here on April 1.

The plea filed through advocate, Enforcement Directorate Prosecutor D P Singh, said the protection granted to Vadra would be detrimental for the purpose of investigation.

Besides Mr Vadra, the agency has also challenged the anticipatory bail granted to his close aide Manoj Arora.

Mr Vadra is facing allegations of money laundering in purchase of a London-based property at 12, Bryanston Square worth 1.9 million pounds.

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