Robert Vadra’s Unconditional Apology For “Via” Instead Of “To” Dubai
Robert Vadra apologised unconditionally on Wednesday for allegedly breaking the terms and restrictions of his trip to the UK, Italy, and Spain. On Wednesday, Special CBI Judge Neelofar Abida Parveen of Rouse Avenue court postponed the decision about ED’s request to forfeit a fixed deposit and begin legal age proceedings against Vadra for disobeying the court’s rules regarding international travel.
Vadra formally apologised to the court at the hearing, despite the ED’s recommendation that Vadra face consequences. Vadra said in an affidavit that he accidentally put “through Dubai” in his application for authorization to travel where he should have written “to Dubai.”
Robert Vadra’s representative, senior attorney Abhishek Manu Singhavi, stated, “I have no doubt committed an error.” “You should have requested permission,” the court remarked. There was a mistake, said Abhishekh Manu Singhvi. It’s obvious that I didn’t mean to mislead. There was never any intention of lying before the judge.
I sincerely apologise for the typographical error in the phrase “via UAE,” he continued. I apologise for the mistake. The attorney for ED disputed this claim. Robert Vadra was told to provide his address to the court before leaving India, according to Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) for ED Advocate N K Matta, who also said that Robert Vadra failed to submit information on the places he visited in the UK even after returning to India.
Businessman Robert Vadra’s explanation that he had to stay in Dubai for a medical emergency in August of this year while travelling to the United Kingdom (UK) via the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was rejected by the court on Monday. The court stated that this is a violation of the terms and conditions of the permission that was granted to him.
In addition, the court had issued a show-cause order to Vadra, the husband of Congresswoman Priyanka Gandhi, requesting that he explain why his fixed deposit receipt (FDR), which had been deposited in accordance with an order dated August 12 and was in violation of those terms and conditions, should not be forfeited.
On Monday, the Special Judge Neelofar Abida Parveen stated that she was unable to accept the assertion made on the petitioner Vadra’s only affirmation as stated in the affidavit.
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