Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra has urged he Govt to withdraw his ‘No Frisking’ privilege.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son- in-law Rober Vadra has urged the government to withdraw his name from the list on ‘No Frisking Privilege’ amidst controversy regarding his presence in the list of select VVIPs.
The no-frisking privilege is a facility provided to VIPs and VVIPs which saves them from the requirement of going through security checks at airports.
According to the sources Robert Vadra said that he is not a VIP and asked the govt to remove his name from the no frisking list. He quoted saying “I am clear but wish the concerned authorities would understand that I am not a VVIP or a VIP.
He also mentioned that he has never used the no frisking privilege and he do not need it saying that he is a normal citizen of the country. Vadra also mentioned that he has already given his consent to the corresponding authorities to remove his name from the list many times.
He also said that it will take less than a minute to frisk and he has no problem with it. He mentioned “I have given my consent to remove my name from this list many times. My conduct says it, but apparently the analysis disclosed by the government on my threat perception, allegedly says I am not required to be on this list.”
The development of Vadra came after the govt saying that it has no plans to remove vadra from no frisking list recently. Vadra’s wife, Priyanka Gandhi, too had written to SPG chief demanding that her husband’s name be removed from the exempt list on May 30 last year.