Ministry of Defence bans business with Robert Vadra associate Sanjay Bandhari

In a crucial development, the Ministry of Defence, has banned all business dealings for an indefinite period of time with fugitive arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari who is also being probed in Rahul Gandhi’s brother-in-law Robert Vadra’s alleged London properties case.

Bhandari has been allegedly involved in multiple defence deals during the UPA regime and it as alleged that the money received by him as kickbacks in the Pilatus ( 75 Pilatus PC-7 basic trainer aircraft) defence deal, was routed through shell companies and benami properties were bought in London, allegedly owned by Robert Vadra.

According to order copy of Ministry of Defence, “It has been decided with the approval of competent authority to extend the period of suspension of business dealings with Offset India Solutions (P) Ltd and it’s groups companies/functionaries until further orders. All wings of the ministry and service headquarters are requested to ensure strict compliance of the decision.”

Bhandari’s company Offsets India Solutions (OIS) was barred from business with MoD for the first time in February 2018 for six months but in the new order it has been suspended until any further decision. Read More

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