- Robert Vadra has appeared before Enforcement Directorate thrice
- He was questioned over alleged involvement in a money laundering case
- He has denied the allegations against him
Robert Vadra, son-in-law of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, who has been grilled by the Enforcement Directorate three times for his involvement in a money laundering case, on Sunday said "truth will always prevail."
"Morning, Just want to say thank you to all my friends and acquaintances who have reached out in support from all over the nation, at this time, I'm fine, good and disciplined to deal with anything, I'm put through. "Truth will always prevail". Wishing you all a happy Sunday and a healthy weak," Mr Vadra wrote on Facebook.
The businessman was grilled by the Enforcement Directorate or ED for over eight hours on Saturday in connection with a money laundering case. He has been summoned by the ED thrice this week.
On February 7, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi reached the ED office to pick up her husband Robert Vadra back home from the office of ED, where he was questioned in the case.
Robert Vadra was questioned for around six hours for the first time in the case on Wednesday. The probe agency has alleged that Mr Vadra owns several properties in the United Kingdom.
Mr Vadra has denied the allegations against him.
The Patiala House court has granted interim bail to Mr Vadra on February 2 till February 16 in connection with the case.