Robert Vadra questioned for 'links' to arms dealer, London properties
Notably, the questioning session marked Vadra's first appearance in person in front of any central probe agency.
Further, Vadra is slated to be questioned by the ED again on Thursday.
Robert Vadra questioned by ED
The questioning session lasted from afternoon till night
Commenting on the questioning session, Priyanka told reporters, "I stand by my family... everyone can see what is happening."
The ED then questioned Vadra till 9.40pm.
An overview of the alleged money laundering case
The case pertains to properties in London that are allegedly linked to Vadra and had allegedly been purchased through Sanjay Bhandari, an absconding arms dealer.
According to the ED, the matter dates back to a Petroleum Ministry deal back in 2009, in which alleged kick-backs flowed into a UK-based company, Syntak, that had Bhandari as its Director.
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Details of the alleged money laundering case
The ED claims that a property in Bryanston Square in London was bought by Bhandari from money that had flown into Syntak.
Syntak had allegedly received $4.99mn after the Petroleum Ministry deal in June 2009, of which Bhandari used £1.9mn to buy the property.
The ED alleged that this property was sold to Vadra in 2010 at the same price, despite renovations worth £65,000 on the property.
What Vadra was reportedly questioned about
Given their suspicions about Vadra, the ED questioned the businessman about his association with and his financial transactions with Bhandari on Wednesday.
Reportedly, Vadra was also shown documents by the ED which, the agency claims, connects him to several overseas properties.
Vadra's lawyer, however, told reporters that Vadra was completely innocent, and would cooperate fully with the agency's probe.
What Vadra's lawyer said
"All charges against him are wrong. We will cooperate with the agency 100%," said Vadra's lawyer Sunil Khaitan.
Vadra was given anticipatory bail on Saturday
However, senior advocate K T S Tulsi, representing Vadra, had told the court that the case was nothing except "political vendetta", and that the ED was a party to this vendetta.