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Robert Vadra. Photo: HT
Robert Vadra. Photo: HT

Robert Vadra land row: Supreme Court gets panel report

Haryana govt submitted to the Supreme Court the report of a commission that probed alleged irregularities in allotment of land to individuals including Robert Vadra and Bhupinder Singh Hooda

New Delhi: The Haryana government on Monday submitted to the Supreme Court the report of a commission that probed alleged irregularities in the grant of licences and allotment of land to individuals including Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra and former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

The one-man justice S.N. Dhingra Commission investigating land deals in Gurugram, formerly known as Gurgaon, that allegedly favoured Vadra submitted its 182-page report to the Haryana government in August 2016.

In October 2014, the Manohar Lal Khattar-led Bharatiyaja Janata Party (BJP) government set up the commission to probe licences given by the previous Hooda-led Congress government for the development of colonies, housing societies and commercial complexes in Gurgaon.

The contents of the report have not been made public.

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