Kejriwal fires another salvo against Vadra

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New Delhi: Activist-politician Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday cited court records to allege an “unholy nexus” between Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra and realty major DLF and the Congress government in Haryana.

Days after alleging wrongdoings in land deals by Vadra, Kejriwal fired another salvo.

Demanding a white paper into the nexus, Kejriwal alleged that the Congress government in Haryana benefited DLF by giving away land at cheap rates.

“The Punjab and Haryana High Court has said that they (Haryana government and DLF) have a malafide nexus,” Kejriwal said, reading from a document.

Taking a dig at Vadra for his Facebook comment of “Mango people in banana republic”, Kejriwal said all the farmers whose land had been “usurped” had come to him with the evidence.

“In one week the mango people have collected a lot of evidence.”

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