New Delhi: Realty major DLF on rejected activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal’s allegations of corruption in the business dealings with Robert Vadra, saying the Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law bought flats from the company at prevailing market rates. The company also clarified that no unsecured loans were given to Vadra.
"No unsecured loans given to Vadra. Out of Rs 65 crore to the DLF, Rs 50 crore was for land purchase. Rs 15 crore for aggregating land was returned by Vadra. Vadra bought flats at launches, or at market rates. Vadra had sold 13 flats in Magnolias back to DLF," the DLF said.
The DLF sources also said that the two cases cited by Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday were sub-judice. "Change in density by government is not only for DLF," it said.
The company also clarified that no unsecured loans were given to Robert Vadra.
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