"I don't believe in getting angry anymore; the agencies are doing their job; the government carries on with its witch-hunt. It saddens me but nothing can be done," wrote Vadra in the post.
"Amidst chaos of false allegations on me, I chose to channelise my positive energy to the needy. I will continue in my strive to help people whenever I can. It brings me calm, happiness & loads of blessings," he said.
Vadra's interim bail extension came after he appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning in connection with a money laundering case linked to his alleged purchase of a London-based property.
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