New Delhi, Mar 17: Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda could be in trouble soon. He has been summoned by an inquiry commission in Robert Vadra land deal case.
Commission which was set up in 2015 to probe grant of commercial licence of land to hundreds of private companies, including Skylight Hospitalityand DLF has asked Hooda to join the investigation. Robert Vadra, Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law is the promotor of these companies.
The Justice SN Dhingra Commission of Inquiry has asked former Chief Minister of Haryana to appear before it by March 23 to record his statements.
Last month, the Commission had summoned Haryana chief secretary Deepinder Singh Dhesi and officials of the private firms for recording of statement.
The commission has earlier examined retired IAS officer and member of Union Public Service Commission Chattar Singh, who was the principal secretary in Hooda's CMO.
Singh handled files of the town and country planning department in the chief minister's office.
After being set up by the BJP government in May 2015, the scope of the commission's inquiry was widened on Justice Dhingra's advice.
(With inputs from PTI)