NEW DELHI: Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi, on Thursday described her questioning by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) as a “sad day” as she had to visit the agency’s headquarters and said that her honesty is beyond questioning.
He also said that the financial probe agency will get nothing out of this harassment.
Speaking to The New Indian, Vadra, who is the husband of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said, “My mother-in-law Sonia Gandhiji is out of ED headquarters after 2.5 hours. Her honesty is beyond questioning.”
He said, “It’s a sad day today that she had to visit the ED office due to vested political interests. I know for sure that ED will get nothing out of this harassment. ‘Satyamev Jayate’.”
Vadra, who is a businessman, said that he stands in solidarity with Sonia Gandhi as a family member and as a citizen of India.
His remarks came after Sonia Gandhi appeared for the first time before the ED in an alleged money laundering case involving National Herald.
The ED is likely to summon Sonia Gandhi for questioning on Monday.
Earlier, the ED questioned Rahul Gandhi for over 54 hours in five days in June this year.