As social activist turned politician Arvind Kejriwal continued to attack Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra on his undervalued property deals with realty firm DLF, Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Monday said the government will not be able to look into private transactions unless 'there is a specific allegation'.
"Unless there is a specific allegation of quid pro quo or corruption, I am afraid private transactions cannot and ought not to be allowed to be questioned on the basis of imputations and insinuations", Chidambaram said while giving his response to a question on the issue at the Economic Editors´ Conference here.
Chidambaram made the comments on a day when Kejriwal promised to make more revelations in connection to the matter on Tuesday.
"DLF granted favors to Sh Robert Vadra. What favors did Haryana Govt grant DLF? How is DLF reply a bunch of lies? Will speak tomo at 5pm," he added.
Kejriwal and activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan this Friday targetted the Congress first family by laying before people the alleged undervalued property deals of Vadra with India´s biggest realty firm DLF, alleging the former made hundreds of crores in return of government favours to the firm.