Vadra welcomes govt move to remove him from 'no-frisking' list
August 23, 2015  14:59
Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, has welcomed the government's move to strip him off the privilege of not being frisked at airports, saying he had been waiting for this as he was "no VIP". 

"Finally!! I am glad and have been awaiting this so called and never used, Security Exemption Privilege to be removed at airports," he said in a statement. "I am and have been more than ready to give a written consent to remove my name from this VVIP list. I am no VIP and I have expressed my view on this subject in the past as well. Please stop wasting people's time with this news, every few days," Vadra added.
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