Money Laundering Case: Robert Vadra gets interim protection till February 6
New Delhi : A Delhi Court on Saturday granted Robert Vadra interim protection from arrest till February 6, saying that he cannot be arrested till investigation against him is underway.
The Enforcement Directorate has alleged that Robert Vadra and his associates were involved in a money laundering case.
A news agency ANI reported that his lawyer KTS Tulsi has assured the client that his client Robert Vadra will rejoin the investigations on February 6.
Speaking to reporters before the hearing of the money laundering case, he said there is a political witch hunt against him and he is being subjected to false prosecution which has a colour of "political witch hunt".
Robert Vadra had moved to Delhi Court on Friday seeking an anticipatory bail in the money laundering case against him. Meanwhile, the Court has given a temporary respite to his close aide Manoj Arora - who is under interim protection from arrest until February 6.
Grounds on which Robert Vadra is seeking anticipatory bail in Delhi's Patiala House Court- Vadra says he is being targeted and is being subjected to false prosecution which has a colour of political witch hunt & that he is a law abiding citizen (file pic) pic.twitter.com/vHaNKURKPc— ANI (@ANI) February 2, 2019