Congress president Rahul Gandhi's brother-in-law Robert Vadra on Wednesday has taken to Facebook and written a post to Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging that he has been at the receiving end of "complete harassment for the last 5 years" by the government.
Stating that he is "shocked" that he hears his name again in PM Modi's rally, he claimed that the "relentless notices from various agencies, courts and tax department, have mentally pressurized him. He further stated that while he has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate 11 times, not one allegation has been proven yet.
"11 times being summoned to depose each of 8 to 11 hours with the Enforcement Directorate, in different parts of the country, Court depositions n related orders, etc. BUT NOT ONE allegation has been proven," Robert Vadra wrote in his post.
He asked the Prime Minister and to "stop personal attacks" on him adding he has faith in the Indian judiciary and the truth shall prevail.
Read the full Facebook post by Robert Vadra here:
Earlier taking to Twitter, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi's husband Robert Vadra had hit out at Union Minister Smriti Irani asking her to concentrate on the election instead of taking a jibe at him. He had launched a personal attack at the Union Minister, targeting her educational qualifications.
He said, "India wants to know about your degree/qualifications and the underlying controversy with it".
Asking her to clarify on her educational qualifications, Congress' star campaigner Robert Vadra further added that 'no disclosure or reply means you are not':