PMLA case: Robert Vadra moves court seeking permission to travel abroad
The counsel also requested the plea be taken up on May 24 as the lead counsel was not available for arguments today.
New Delhi: Robert Vadra, who is an accused in a money laundering case, Tuesday moved a Delhi court seeking permission to travel abroad.
The counsel for Vadra requested Special judge Arvind Kumar to ensure details of his itinerary are not shared with a third party as it was a matter of his security. The counsel also requested the plea be taken up on May 24 as the lead counsel was not available for arguments today.
Vadra, facing investigation in a money laundering case, was directed on April 1 not to leave the country without prior permission by a court here which had granted him anticipatory bail while imposing several other conditions.
Vadra, the brother-in-law of Congress President Rahul Gandhi, is facing allegations of money laundering in purchase of a London-based property at 12, Bryanston Square worth 1.9 million pounds.