Can handle all negativity: Vadra
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Breaking his silence over the controversy regarding his property deals with DLF, Robert Vadra today appeared to dismiss allegations saying that he can "handle all the negativity".
"Thank you so much for your concern. I am fine and can handle all the negativity. I have lost people I loved, what can be worse," Vadra, son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, said in his post on a social networking site.
This was Vadra's indirect comments on allegations yesterday by activists Arvind Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan that Vadra had purchased property worth crores of rupees on unsecured loans given by realty major DLF as quid pro quo for favours allegedly done to the company by Congress governments in Delhi, Rajasthan and Haryana.
Vadra's remark on the loss of people he loved was in reference to the death of his sister Michelle who was killed in a car accident, brother Richard who committed suicide and father, all in the last 11 years.