This refers to the edit “Tell us more” (October 8). If both DLF and Robert Vadra are to be believed, then Arvind Kejriwal has a lot of explaining to do. Nevertheless, it is surprising that Sky Light with a paid-up capital of just Rs 5 lakh managed to buy assets worth crores of rupees, and did not pay interest on advances for almost two years. Moreover, the way in which Congress Cabinet ministers are defending Vadra makes one suspicious that there’s more to the whole issue than meets the eye. Or, is it that sycophancy is still prevalent in India’s oldest political party? If not Vadra, then at least DLF needs to clear the air with facts to save itself more embarrassment since we all know how the real estate industry works in our country.
Bal Govind Noida
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