BJP demands full-fledged probe against Vadra's business growth



Kochi: The BJP Tuesday demanded a full-fledged inquiry into the 'phenomenal growth' of companies of Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress President Sonia Gandhi.

The Vadra-DLF deals, 2G scam and price rise would be taken up by the party during the winter session of Parliament, BJP National Secretary Dr Kirit Somaiya told reporters here.

BJP demands full-fledged probe against Vadra's business growth 'Vadra's was a small trading family till 2007 end. Suddenly he became a realtor and his investment multiplied by 5,000 times in no time', he claimed adding Congress must explain to the people the formula for such "a phenomenal growth".

On FDI in retail, he said BJP would not allow it and would cooperate with like-minded parties for this.

On the allegations against BJP President Nitin Gadkari about alleged dubious business dealings, he said there was not a single document to prove the charges. Gadkari had said he was ready to face any inquiry commission or agency regarding the allegations.

Somaiya, here to launch the party's four-day agitation here from tomorrow demanding early implementation of the Kochi Metro project, alleged the charges were a Congress' game to divert attention from the Vadra issue.

PTI