Vadra was admitted in hospital in Noida on Monday afternoon after he complained of severe back pain.
A Delhi court has granted Robert Vadra an anticipatory bail, which means that Vadra who is facing probe under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act will now be able to travel abroad.
Senior advocate KTS Tulsi, representing Vadra, the husband of Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, had sought some time to file the rejoinder to ED's reply and said the documents were almost ready.
Robert Vadra took to his Facebook to share a few memes made on him after the announcement of scrapping Article 370 and advised the trolls to not play with issues that can be sensitive to other people.
The application was filed in a pending petition in which Vadra sought quashing of the case on the ground that multiple investigations were held in "abuse of statutory power of investigation and therefore second or successive FIRs filed in connection with the same or connected cognisable offence alleged to have been committed in the course of the same transaction pursuant to the first FIR is liable to be quashed".
Delhi High Court has granted two more weeks to file a reply to Enforcement Directorate seeking the cancellation of his anticipatory bail. The bail was granted by a trial court. The Next hearing, in this case, has been scheduled on 26th September 2019.
The ED Tuesday confronted Robert Vadra with multiple statements of people reportedly known to him and voluminous paper evidences gathered over the time, as he appeared before it in connection with a money laundering case linked to purchase of alleged illegal assets abroad, officials said.
In a Facebook post before arriving at the ED's Jamnagar office here, Robert Vadra wrote: "As I make my way for the 13th time, post almost 80 hours with the Enforcement Directorate, answering any number of questions, amidst sensation and unnecessary drama around, I stay focused and calm."
Robert Vadra was grilled for about five hours last Thursday when the investigating officer of the case recorded his statement under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
Robert Vadra to appear before ED in money laundering case
A Delhi court on Monday allowed Robert Vadra, accused in a money-laundering case, to travel abroad for six weeks for health reasons, with a warning that he shall not temper with the evidence.
While seeking permission to travel to London, Robert Vadra's counsel had informed the court that he was suffering from a tumour in the large intestine and needed a medical consultation in London. The CBI special court today accepted his plea and allowed a six week time but asked him to go to USA or Netherlands but not London.
He has appeared before the agency multiple times in the past in this case. The agency has recently sought cancellation of the anticipatory bail given to Vadra and has also opposed his foreign travel.
A Delhi court on Wednesday reserved for June 3 its order on application of Robert Vadra, accused in a money laundering case, to travel abroad.
The case relates to the ownership of 1.9 million pounds of overseas assets and undisclosed entities set up to evade tax.
Justice Chander Shekhar issued notice to Vadra on ED's petition challenging trial court's April 1 order, which granted him anticipatory bail.