As the party have got power in the State, all eyes will be on whether the BJP will act against Robert Vadra or not.
During his election campaigning, the prime Minister narendra Modi had opened a cudgel against Hooda Government for tacitly helping Vadra. "Despite the model code being imposed for the state elections, chief minister Bhupinder Hooda cleared land deal for the 'damaad' (Robert Vadra) yesterday. The EC should take serious note of this", Modi said in one of his rally in the State.
Though the EC had later cleared him saying that there was no violation of model code of conduct in clearing the land deal, but sources say that BJP government might act in some of the cases.
According to a report, the new government will against the three-acre deal in Shikhopur village, which had taken toll on UPA-2, routing it to lowest ever tally in Lok Sabha election.
The experts believe that the new BJP government can uphold the decision of whistleblower Ashok Khemka who had cancelled mutation of the land deal in 2012.
Khemka later faced the wrath of Hooda Government for going against him. Whistleblower was even charge sheeted for acting beyond the Haryana Government's jurisdiction in the case.
According to many legal luminaries, the new Government has the power to turn the previous decisions of former Congress government.
Earlier, just before assembly election in the State, in a parting gift Hooda government cleared a file that enabled Robert Vadra to convert his prime residential property in Gurgaon into a guest house, possibly for commercial use.
The experts had this opinion that through this move, Haryana Chief Minister had shown his loyalty for the Gandhi family, whose blessings he enjoys.
Vadra owns the companies like Sky Light Hospitality, Sky Light Realty, Blue Breeze Trading, Artex, Real Earth Estates and North India IT Parks . All of his companies were registered between November 2007 and June 2008 with a paid-up share capital between Rs.5 lakh and Rs.25 lakh.
According to reports, his real estate business estimated of worth about Rs 300 crore. Time and again BJP and even AAP have raised question over his nexus with Hooda Government and hence got undue favour.
It was also alleged that he took advantages of his clout as Sonia Gandhi's son in law. Just before Lok Sabha election, the BJP had released a six-page booklet, titled ‘Damaad Shri', which talked about Vadra's land deals.