Robert Vadra, who is being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with a money laundering case and several properties in London worth 1.9 million pounds, did not appear before the agency on Tuesday for questioning citing poor health.

His lawyer informed the ED officials that Vadra is indisposed thus could not depose on Tuesday, as was directed by the central agency. However, he will appear whenever he is summoned again, said the sources.

Vadra, who has been granted interim bail till March 2 by a Delhi court, has been questioned by the ED on February 6, 7 and 9.

Vadra had first appeared for questioning on February 6 following court’s order at ED’s Jamnagar House office where a team of seven ED officials of the rank of Deputy Director and Assistant Directors quizzed him for over six hours.

Vadra, and his mother Maureen appeared before the Enforcement Directorate on February 12 at the zonal office, Jaipur, in connection with a probe into the Bikaner land deal case. The two were questioned in their capacity as Directors of Sky Light Hospitality Private Limited.

The ED, on Friday, attached Rs 4.43 crore immovable properties at Vadra’s Sukhdev Vihar house in Delhi. The house was in the name of Vadra’s company Sky Light Hospitality Private Limited.