Continuing his tirade against Rahul Gandhi with regard to the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Kirit Somaiya on Wednesday said the Congress vice-president and his brother-in-law Robert Vadra have started a new scheme, which takes a kick-back with the DLF.”What was your intention behind purchasing the shops? Have you decided to leave politics and start a grocery shop? Rahul Gandhi and his brother- in- law Robert Vadra have started a new scheme, which takes a kick-back with the DLF,” Somaiya told ANI.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Rahul Gandhi has admitted that he has bought shops. I would like him to disclose that at what price he bought them and to whom he had given them on lease. He bought them and again sold them to the MGF,” he added.Countering Somaiya’s allegations in the AgustaWestland deal, the Congress vice-president earlier today said that he did purchase shops from a mall owned by MGF in the capital, adding he has mentioned the same in his affidavit.Gandhi had yesterday dared the ruling BJP at the Centre and said that he was happy to be targeted. Somaiya had earlier said that Gandhi owes an explanation in the AgustaWestland scam.Somaiya has alleged that the Congress vice-president and Kanishk Singh were connected to Guido Haschke, one of the middlemen in the AgustaWestland deal.Haschke, Somaiya has alleged, was also involved in the 2010 CWG scam.Kanishk, however, yesterday rubbished Somaiya’s allegations accusing him of having a stake in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam as malafide and baseless.Kanishka demanded that Somaiya should provide proof at the earliest which would facilitate a proper investigation and prosecution of the guilty.He also said it is up to the agencies to investigate whether officials of AgustaWestland were involved with Emaar-MGF or not.