Justice Dhingra submits 182 pages reports in DLF land allocation scam

Photo of Justice Dhingra.

New Delhi: The Justice S N Dhingra-led inquiry commission, who is probing a scam involving the grant of licences for Change in Land Use (CLU) in four villages of Gurgaon, has submitted his 182 pages report to Haryana Government.

Justice Dhingra, who retired from the Delhi High Court, was assigned last year to investigate 250 licenses or allocations of plots by Mr Hooda, who lost the state election in 2014 to the BJP.

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He handed his 182-page report to Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar today and has refused to disclose its contents, saying it is now up to the state government to act on it.

The investigation included scrutinising land assigned to real estate major DLF and a company owned by Robert Vadra, who is the son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.

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