Enforcement Directorate moves to Delhi High Court against the anticipatory bail granted to Robert Vadra


The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has moved the Delhi High Court against the anticipatory bail granted to Robert Vadra in a money laundering case he was implicated in.

In its plea before the High Court, the Enforcement Directorate has pleaded that the protection from arrest granted to Vadra was detrimental for the purpose of carrying out its investigation in the case.

The ED has informed the Court that investigation on certain crucial aspects in the case such as unearthing the entire source of credit used for the purchase of properties, existence of other linked transactions, accounts, role of other keys persons, etc was ongoing.

It has further been alleged that Robert Vadra was likely to tamper with evidence and influence witnesses in the case, as he is a highly influential person.

It is also stated that Vadra needs to be confronted with voluminous incriminating evidence to bring the investigation to its logical conclusion.


 
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