"I have never used such a word. That is never part of my domain," Jaitley told reporters when asked about Opposition's allegations that his remarks that the loan given to Singh by Lalit Modi, the former IPL chief, was a commercial transaction, amounted to giving clean chit to the BJP MP.

"That is clear misinterpretation of (what I said). Whatever various assessing authorities in India have to do, it's their job. They would continue to do that," Jaitley cited on the sidelines of a public event at the Stanford University.

Singh, son of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, has been under attack over media reports that his company received Rs 11.63 crore in investments from Lalit Modi in 2008.

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Raje have been facing flak for 'helping' Modi in procuring travel documents in UK, a country which he has made his home to avoid legal processes in India. Lalit Modi, 49, travelled to London in 2010 after the Indian Premier League (IPL) became embroiled in allegations of match-fixing and illegal betting.

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