New Delhi: The Congress’ Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has recently said she is not worried about the questioning of her husband Robert Vadra in a money laundering case. The party has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing by the businessman, and alleged that the investigating agencies are working on the signs of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
“These things will keep going on. I am doing my work,” said Priyanka when reporters asked her about the questioning. She had taken a one-day break from her first visit to Uttar Pradesh this week, to be with her husband as he was being questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in Jaipur on Tuesday.
“I’m learning a lot about the organisation, its structure and the changes that need to be made. I’m getting their (Congress workers) views on how to fight election, according to them,” said Priyanka.
After taking charge of the Congress organisation in eastern Uttar Pradesh in January, Priyanka, on Monday appared on a mega rally in Lucknow drawing thousands to the state, seen as a make-or-break battleground for the 2019 general election.
The 47-year-old leader has taken up her role as a general secretary quickly, making it clear that she will not take the action against her husband as a political inconvenience. She accompanied her husband as he appeared for questioning at the ED in Delhi on Wednesday. She told NDTV, “I stand by my husband,” adding that she wanted to send a “clear message” with her appearance.