New Delhi: Finance minister P Chidambaram ruled out any probe into business dealings between Robert Vadra and DLF on Monday in the wake of allegations levelled by Arvind Kejriwal who stuck to his charge that he got favours from the realty major.
Kejriwal, the civil rights activist who demanded an inquiry into business dealings between Vadra and his companies and DLF, also indicated he will give more information on Tuesday on allegations of favours granted to Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law.
Defending Vadra, Congress said the attack on him is "not on an individual" but on the party and "its leadership" and also rejected demands for probe in his dealings with DLF.
As the Vadra-DLF deals continued to generate heat, Chidambaram said the government cannot look into private transactions unless there are specific allegations of corruption.
"... 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", he said responding to a question on the Vadra-DLF deals at the economic editors' conference here.