Hooda govt gives green signal to Robert Vadra's land deal: Report

Chandigarh, Sept 30: Ahead of the assembly elections in Haryana, the state Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led government has reportedly green nod to the Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, to convert his property in Gurgaon into a guest house, for commercial use.

According to a report published in Deccan Herald, Vadra can now club his two plots together and covert them into a guest house.

In January 2013, Vadra had applied for conversion of his property into commercial purpose.

As per norms of the Haryana Town and Country Planning department, the minimum area for the conversion of land is 1,000 square yards. But since Vadra's area of land was 9,000 square feet, so he had sought the permission to join both his plots.

Unfazed by the Opposition's attacks over allegedly favouring Robert Vadra in land deals, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday took on his detractors wondering why they have not approached the Lokayukta or the courts.

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