Ahmedabad: As Priyanka Gandhi stepped up her offensive against BJP over allegations about her husband Robert Vadra, Narendra Modi said today that he did not believe in politics of vendetta but the law must take its own course.
Asked about how allegations against Vadra would be dealt with it in the event of his coming to power, the BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate said he did not believe in politics of vendetta and witch-hunting of which he himself had been a “victim” for the last 10 years.
At the same time, nobody was above law and if somebody had done something wrong, the law must take its own course.
“But that has to happen in an institutional manner as per the due process without interference from any quarter.
Such actions should never be guided by political considerations,” Modi told PTI.