KP Singh has talked of his encounter with Rajiv Gandhi in his memoirs but there is no account of the one with his son-in law.
Had Singh's DLF not given Vadra an advance of Rs 50 crore for the 3.5 acre land in Shikohpur that he bought from Yajee's firm in 2008-09, Vadra would not have had the seed money to go on a land-buying spree spanning three states - Haryana, Rajasthan and Delhi.
DLF also made Vadra a 50 per cent partner in Saket Courtyard Hospitality that owns a five-star hotel near Select Citywalk mall in Saket, south Delhi.
DLF also made advances of Rs 25 crore in 2008-09 for other proposed sales.
The company said, in its rebuttal of India Against Corruption's accusations, that part of this money was returned after the sale of land in Faridabad fell through.
It has also denied any undue favours to Vadra or a quid pro quo, maintaining that the relationship was pure business.
DLF also sold apartments to Vadra in premium townships such as Aralias and Magnolias, many of which he later resold at a profit.
The prices of these showed a remarkable increase around the time Vadra and his companies bought them.
According to IAC, seven flats in Magnolias and a 10,000-sqft luxury apartment in Aralias, which were bought by Sky Light Realty, are now worth around Rs 200 crore.