Robert Vadra, who’s a businessman and the son-in-law of Congress President, Sonia Gandhi, has said that he did not need Priyanka Gandhi to enhance his life.
In a candid interview with news agency ANI, Vadra said, “I did not need Priyanka to enhance my life, I think I had enough. My parents gave me enough. I have a very strong and very good family. No matter what I read about myself I know the truth.”
Vadra, who’s been embroiled in several allegations of corruptions with Congress’ detractors accusing him of securing land deals by because of his relationship with Gandhi family, said that he had no plan to join active politics.
He said, “No matter if I am in politics or not, I write on what I believe are sensitive issues on social media. You never say never, so let’s see what the future has in store for me. When I feel that I can work for the people, when I get my calling, that is when I’ll think of joining politics.”
Vadra said that he would not leave the country regardless of how much humiliation he faced from his critics.
He said, “I would never leave my country, no matter how much I am humiliated, no matter what they say about me.”
Vadra said that soon people “will revolt (against Modi government) and understand what’s right and wrong.”