Haryana land deal: Judicial Commission submits report

Newsroom24x7 Staff

Placard with Robert Vadra photo
Placard showing Robert Vadra (in the centre with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi). Representative image.

Chandigarh/New Delhi: The Congress party is feeling the heat after Justice S N Dhingra, a former judge of Delhi High Court, presented a 182-page report to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar into the controversial land deals in Haryana allegedly involving Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra.

The Haryana Government led by Khattar had appointed a one man judicial Inquiry Commission headed by Justice S N Dhingra in May 2015 to probe all matters relating to the change of land use and grant of license(s) by the State Department of Town and Country Planning to develop residential colonies in Sector 83, Gurgaon. Under probe was also mutation of land deal linked to Skylight Hospitality, a firm owned by Robert Vadra.and DLF


Speaking to media-persons after handing over the report to the Chief Minister, Justice Dhingra said that had there been no irregularity, he would have submiited a one line report and not a 182 page report which carries all evidence and names all those who have committed irregularities and benefited from the land deal.

Justice Dhingra said that the report is the property of the State Government and it is up to the government act on it or decide when it wants to make it public.

The Congress leaders, according to party insiders want the report to be tabled in the Assembly, State Government would be taking legal opinion and the possibility of this case being handed over to the CBI cannot be ruled out.

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