"Stating that the law would take its own course, Modi said: No one is above law."
New Delhi, April 22 - Terming Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra unimportant, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Tuesday said he would prefer focusing on positive work, rather than digging up skeletons.

Asked if action would be taken against Priyanka Gandhi's husband Vadra if the BJP comes to power, Modi told ABP News: In my tenure in government -, I have never opened any closed file. This is my personal view. Five years is a small time, I would focus on doing good work.

Would I have to answer questions on petty issues? he counter-posed.

Stating that the law would take its own course, Modi said: No one is above law.

Modi, in his election rallies, has called Vadra a magician who multiplied his wealth very fast.


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