Vadra will be in jail if NDA comes to power: Bharti

  • PTI, Jhansi
  • Updated: Apr 21, 2014 19:52 IST

Notwithstanding the BJP’s assertion that there will be no witch-hunt if it comes to power, Uma Bharti has reiterated that Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law, Robert Vadra, will be jailed if the NDA comes to power.

“Although my party gets annoyed with me, when the power will be in my hand, I will send ‘jamaibabu’ to jail,” Bharti said. She alleged that Vadra had made money by breaking all the norms.

“Just because he is the son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi, all the Congress ruled state governments are afraid of him. Union ministers are also under pressure from him,” she said late on Sunday.

Bharti had alleged last week that Vadra was involved in “several falsehoods” and if the BJP came to power at the Centre he “would go jail”. The BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi later said there would be no witch-hunt if the BJP came to power.

“The main focus of the BJP-led government will be to fulfill promises it has made to people and it will work with a positive attitude. It will not be vindictive towards anyone. I have paid the price for the past 12 years due to others' vindictiveness,” he had said.

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