DLF denies Kejriwal's charges against Robert Vadra
New Delhi: Real estate major DLF on Saturday vehemently denied it had advanced any unsecured loan to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra.
DLF went on to deny that it sold any of its assets to Vadra at throwaway prices, or the existence of a quid pro quo in the business transactions.
"We wish to categorically state that the DLF has given no unsecured loans to Vadra or any of his companies," DLF said in a statement released Saturday, a day after India Against Corruption (IAC) activist Arvind Kejriwal levelled these charges against Vadra.
"At no stage was a property ever sold to the Skylight Group (in which Vadra is a director) below the then offered price to all customers," it said.
"DLF vehemently denies any quid pro quo in its transactions with Vadra and his group of companies," it added.