Former Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda denied to comment on the sensational political investigation conducted by Republic Media Network's SIT on Robert Vadra's 'close' circle of land fixers who are known to operationalise his payment model.
On being questioned by Republic TV over the sting operation during which Vadra land dealers and brothers Mahesh Nagar and Lalit Nagar made startling confessions and admission during the on-camera conversation, the former Haryana CM refused to acknowledge the investigation.
Furthermore, disputing the on-camera admissions Gehlot raised developments from his previous spell as Chief Minister of Rajasthan and argued that Vadra had already been given a clean chit on the forgery charge.
Brushing off the questions, Bhupinder Singh Hooda said, "How would I know?.. Who..(unclear) I don't want to respond. I have no comments."
Congress president Rahul Gandhi's brother-in-law, Robert Vadra's land dealings have been a crucial subject of the political discourse for years. While the Enforcement Directorate consistently questioning him in the matter, the Congress party has been maintaining their 'private citizen' and 'vendetta' defences.
Republic Media Network stung brothers Mahesh Nagar and Lalit Nagar in a two-part investigation carried out for over two weeks, wherein they made explosive revelations about their involvement in Vadra's land deals across the country, as a consequence of which they have found themselves under ED's radar.
While Mahesh Nagar seems to know it all about Robert Vadra's alleged shady land deals from Haryana to Rajasthan, Lalit Nagar who is a sitting Congress MLA divulged details boasted of his affability with the Vadras and even went as far as to justify their land deal modus operandi.
The sensational sting conducted by Republic Media Network's SIT raises multiple questions on how the Gandhi Vadra family allegedly used the Nagar brothers to fulfil their own property deals. From an alleged front men nexus to alleged conduits and alleged shadowy payment modules, Robert Vadra’s deals leave much to be desired.