ED Raids Congress leader Jagdish Sharma's Home, Detains Him For Questioning
Congress Leader Jagdish Sharma (Photo credits: ANI)

New Delhi, December 8: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) of India on Saturday morning conducted a raid on the residence of Congress leader Jagdish Sharma. "I am being taken by Enforcement Directorate for questioning," Sharma told media. Sharma while attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi said attempts are on to conspire against Robert Vadra. ‘Unnerved’ Modi Government Unleashing Vendetta Against Robert Vadra: Congress.

"Robert Vadra is being framed. Modi government wants to trap Robert Vadra. Searches are on at my residence. What will they get when there is nothing. They are taking me to the ED office for questioning," Sharma told ANI. Sharma, believed to be a close aide of businessman Robert Vadra, has been taken to the ED office for questioning. Robert Vadra Summoned by ED: Congress Says Issue Highlighted As Elections Approaching.

Earlier on Friday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) carried out search operations against close associates linked to Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress leader Sonia Gandhi, in connection with its probe into alleged 'commissions received by some suspects in defense deals' and illegal assets stashed abroad.