Enforcement Directorate on Friday moved the Delhi High Court seeking cancellation of anticipatory bail granted to Robert Vadra who is facing allegations of money laundering in connection with the purchase of a London based property at 12, Bryanston Square worth 1.9 Million Pounds. The appeal is listed for hearing on Monday. Vadra was granted anticipatory bail by a trial court in Delhi on April 1.

Besides Vadra, ED has also challenged his friend’s Manoj Arora’s anticipatory bail being granted the same day on a condition that they will not leave the country without prior permission and also cooperate the investigation by attending the investigation officer whenever needed.

It is to be noted that officials seized about 20,000 pages documents while searching Vadra’s office on December 7 and 8th, 2018. The court further noted that he had filed application for anticipatory bail on February 1 and on 6th, which was opposed by ED Agency saying he was needed to be dealt with custodial interrogation

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The appeal is listed for hearing on Monday. Vadra was granted anticipatory bail by a trial court in Delhi on April 1.

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