Robert Vadra is the husband of Priyanka Gandhi. He is the son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi and brother-in-law of Rahul Gandhi.
Businessman Robert Vadra on Sunday stated that he was disturbed over the treatment meted out to his wife, Priyanka Gandhi, in Lucknow and lauded the Congress leaders compassion for reaching out to the public in time of need.
Businessman Robert Vadra on Sunday hit out at the way his wife and Congress General Secretary, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, was treated by the Uttar Pradesh Police.
A special court in Delhi on Monday allowed businessman Robert Vadra to travel abroad for medical treatment and business purposes and directed him to deposit a fixed deposit receipt (FDR) of Rs 25 lakh and provide contact details of his stay abroad.
A special court in Delhi on Monday allowed businessman Robert Vadra to travel abroad for his medical treatment and business purposes. He is currently on anticipatory bail in a money laundering case.
Businessman Robert Vadra on Saturday moved to a Delhi court seeking permission to travel abroad for two weeks for his medical treatment and business purpose.
A day after alleged security breach at Delhi-based residence of Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was reported, her husband and businessman Robert Vadra on Tuesday attacked the central government saying that security throughout the country is compromised.
Following withdrawal of SPG cover from the Gandhis, a security breach has occurred at Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi's Lodhi Estate residence when five people reached the porch area on pretext of getting a photo clicked.
Senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka, who has been transferred over 50 times, on Wednesday said the "reward for honesty is humiliation" as the Haryana government issued transfer order for 14 IAS officers, including him.
High Court on Tuesday adjourned the hearing for Enforcement Directorate's (ED) petition seeking to quash Robert Vadra's bail for November 25.
Businessman Robert Vadra on Tuesday took to social media site Facebook to criticise the exemptions granted to vehicles of VIPs by the Delhi government in its 'odd-even scheme' to combat air pollution and stated that all must adhere to the law.