DLF clarifications 'half truths and lies': Arvind Kejriwal
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Activist Arvind Kejriwal on Friday described the clarifications of realty major DLF on his allegations that Robert Vadra was given property at throw away prices for government favours as "half truths and lies".
"DLF has issued a response. It is full of half truths and lies. A lot of information has been suppressed," he tweeted.
"We will issue a detailed response tomorrow. But does Vadra stand by DLF response or does he have another version. Would appreciate his version," Kejriwal said.
DLF has rejected the allegations that it had given unsecured loans to 43-year-old Vadra, son-in-law of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, as a 'quid pro quo' for favours and said it had transparent dealing with him as an individual entrepreneur.
In a statement yesterday, the company had said it had given Rs 65 crore as "business advances" out of which Rs 15 crore was fully refunded and Rs 50 crore was used for purchase of land.
Rejecting the allegations made by activists Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan that the company favoured Vadra, DLF had said it neither received any undue benefit from any state governments nor was it alloted any land by Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan governments.
DLF had also dismissed the charge that the company sold properties to Vadra and his companies at a throwaway price.
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