INLD demands CBI probe in land deals during Hooda regime

INLD demands CBI probe in land deals during Hooda regime

Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) today demanded a CBI probe into Change of Land Use (CLUs) granted during the ten years regime of Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

"It is not only about Robert Vadra's land... All 7300 acres of land for which CLU was given during the Hooda regime must be probed by the CBI," INLD MP Dushyant Chautala said.

The Dhingra commission had found "irregularities" having taken place under which undue advantage in terms of CLU was given to the first family of Congress, he alleged.

The report has clearly found irregularities in CLU for land, he claimed, adding the state government must make the report public.

Noting that land was the "biggest issue" during the Hooda regime, he alleged undue favours were given in terms of CLU to those close to Congress.

"All land deals in Gurgaon district must be probed," he said.

The one-man SN Dhingra commission today submitted a 182 page report to chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar. 

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