WATCH: MKVA's Maphatsoe denies any links with Gupta linked farm

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Chairperson of the MK Military Veterans Association Kebby Maphatsoe outside Luthuli house on 05092016.

Chairperson of the MK Military Veterans Association Kebby Maphatsoe outside Luthuli house on 05092016.

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Chairperson of the MK Military Veterans Association Kebby Maphatsoe outside Luthuli house on 05092016.

Chairperson of the MK Military Veterans Association Kebby Maphatsoe outside Luthuli house on 05092016.

JOHANNESBURG - The ANC Military Veterans Association&39;s Kebby Maphatsoe is denying any links to the Estina Dairy Farm corruption scandal.

Maphatsoe says reports that he has links with the farm is an attempt at tarnishing his image.

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"I don’t have any relationship with that Vrede farm. I don’t know where it is, I don’t have a company that deals with it. Parliament would have punished me, it’s just a sorry that people are trying to deal with you they will come up with anything, " says Maphatsoe.

On Saturday the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said it has seized the Gupta-linked Estina diary farm in Vrede in the Free State in a bid to recoup up to R1.6-billion in looted funds.

The NPA said Atul Gupta&39;s personal bank account will also be frozen. It said he had received proceeds of crime in cash.