Ex Haryana Chief Minister raided in connection with scam involving land


NEW DELHI: A cop who worked for Bhupinder Singh Hooda has kept in touch with the CBI offering to be an observer against the previous Haryana Chief Minister, who was assaulted on the weekend regarding an affirmed trick including land in Manesar, 45 km from Delhi. 

Desh Bandhu, a Deputy Superintendent of Police rank officer who was accountable for Mr Hooda's security amid his 10 years in force, kept in touch with the CBI the day the office looked more than 20 areas regarding the area trick. 

"I came to think about guests, whose work completed, or did not complete at the Chief Minister's home. On the off chance that the CBI needs I can give an announcement, I know a ton about these points of interest," Mr Desh Bandhu told Media. 

The CBI is examining the distribution of 400 sections of land of area in Manesar somewhere around 2004 and 2007, purportedly obtained at extremely inexpensive costs from villagers who had been deluded by an administration warning about the rates. The area was purportedly sold to private developers. The CBI recorded a case a year ago claiming that villagers were deceived out of Rs.1,500 crore in the arrangement. 

Mr Hooda headed a Congress government in Haryana for a long time till 2014. 

In attacks crosswise over Delhi, Chandigarh, Rohtak and Gurugram on Saturday, the CBI looked two of Mr Hooda's homes furthermore the homes and workplaces of officers who worked with him. 

He has apparently likewise been arraigned for his affirmed part in encouraging illicit area bargains in a report by a previous judge who examined disputable exchanges in Haryana including one including Congress president Sonia Gandhi's child in-law Robert Vadra. 

The examination was requested by ML Khattar, who assumed control as Chief Minister of a BJP government after Mr Hooda's thrashing.