CBI raids former Haryana CM Hooda’s residence, 19 other locations in land allotment case

CBI includes out searches on the house of former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda together with 19 other locations in a land allotment case registered remaining yr My Update Web.

The Critical Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday raided former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s residence, along side 19 different homes in a land allotment case registered in 2015.

The raids come days after Hooda demanded that the Manohar Lal Khattar government make the Justice SN Dhingra Fee document public and accused it of indulging in ‘witch-hunt’ and ‘sensationalising statistics’.
“I demand that the government make the Dhingra Fee document public soon and forestall this witch-hunt and sensationalising of information,” Hooda , who changed into the Leader minister when the deals were signed, said.

In July, 2016, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had registered a case towards Hooda and the Associated Magazine Ltd beneath the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in a disproportionate land allotment case.

while Hooda turned into the Chief minister, he allotted the land to Related Journal Ltd in Panchkula below incorrect phrases. For this land allocation, the loss for the state authorities sales bumped into crores.

Hooda is already under CBI scanner for alleged irregularities inside the allocation of industrial plots while he become chairman of Haryana City Development Authority (HUDA). It’s miles alleged that the 14 plots, ranging from 496 squarem, were allegedly allotted at throwaway prices. Those allotted the plots protected Renu Hooda, Manjot Kaur, Nandita Hooda among others.

Allegedly, all of them had been related to politicians, bureaucrats and different influential people which protected Hooda

CBI includes out searches on the house of former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda together with 19 other locations in a land allotment case registered remaining yr.

 

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The Critical Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday raided former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s residence, along side 19 different homes in a land allotment case registered in 2015.

The raids come days after Hooda demanded that the Manohar Lal Khattar government make the Justice SN Dhingra Fee document public and accused it of indulging in ‘witch-hunt’ and ‘sensationalising statistics’.
“I demand that the government make the Dhingra Fee document public soon and forestall this witch-hunt and sensationalising of information,” Hooda , who changed into the Leader minister when the deals were signed, said.

In July, 2016, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had registered a case towards Hooda and the Associated Magazine Ltd beneath the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in a disproportionate land allotment case.

while Hooda turned into the Chief minister, he allotted the land to Related Journal Ltd in Panchkula below incorrect phrases. For this land allocation, the loss for the state authorities sales bumped into crores.

Hooda is already under CBI scanner for alleged irregularities inside the allocation of industrial plots while he become chairman of Haryana City Development Authority (HUDA). It’s miles alleged that the 14 plots, ranging from 496 squarem, were allegedly allotted at throwaway prices. Those allotted the plots protected Renu Hooda, Manjot Kaur, Nandita Hooda among others.

Allegedly, all of them had been related to politicians, bureaucrats and different influential people which protected Hooda