London, June 1: UK land registry information present that no transaction occurred in 2009 to link Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, to a home in London, allegedly funded by an arms supplier.
Based on official paperwork, the present house owners purchased the flat for 9,50,000 pounds on September 23, 2005.
Since then, the property has not modified arms, paperwork accessed by London-based Asian Lite reveal.
On Tuesday, NDTV information channel of India had reported that the federal government was probing allegations that Vadra bought the property via arms supplier Sanjay Bhandari for 1.9 million pounds in 2009 and offered it a yr later.
In accordance with NDTV, the investigation was based mostly on two studies by investigating companies prompted by e-mails allegedly despatched by Vadra and his govt assistant Manoj Arora to Bhandari.
Vadra‘s lawyer had denied the allegation, saying his shopper had nothing to do instantly or not directly with 12, Ellerton House.
In keeping with Zoopla.com, the main web site that tracks the actual property market and transactions, the flat’s present market value is estimated at 2,524,000 kilos.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi has termed the allegations towards Vadra a part of “a political conspiracy” and dared the Narendra Modi authorities to probe the matter “unbiasedly”.
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