Robert Vadra seeks permission from the Delhi court to travel abroad

NEW DELHI: the son-in-law of the head of Congress Sonia Gandhi On Saturday he moved a court in Delhi, seeking his permission to travel abroad for medical treatment and for commercial purposes. Vadra faces the probe under the Prevention of Money laundering Law, after allegations of money laundering related to the purchase of a property London at 12, worth 1.9 million pounds.

The principal lawyer K T S Tulsi, who appeared for Vadra, told special judge Arvind Kumar that his client wanted to travel to Spain for two weeks from December 9.

Special judge Arvind Kumar ordered the ED to submit a response before December 9, when the court will hear the matter, after the agency requested time to present its response.

In June, the court allowed Vadra to travel to the United States and for six weeks for health reasons. However, it did not allow him to go to the United Kingdom.

The ED had expressed fear that the accused could destroy evidence if allowed to go to the United Kingdom.

On April 1, Vadra was ordered not to leave the country without the prior permission of a court that had granted him a conditional advance bond.