Robert Vadra back to haunt Ashok Khemka, chargesheeted again

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Vadra Row: Khemka chargesheeted again
New Delhi, Oct 17: It seems that controversy over Robert Vadra's alleged involvement in DLF land deal is back to haunt Ashok Khemka, the suspended IAS officer who had played the role of a whistle-blower against the son-in-law of Congress President Sonia Gandhi.

Khemka, who asserted that he has become a victim of political conspiracy, has been charge-sheeted once again in connection with seeds sale case. The Haryana government reportedly has given a go ahead to file another chargesheet against him.

Khemka will be charge-sheeted for low sales of seeds when he was the Managing Director of Haryana Seed Development Corporation. The suspended IAS officer earlier was Charge-sheeted for overstepping his jurisdiction in the cancellation of Robert Vadra-DLF land deal.

Khemka has been charge-sheeted once again in connection with seeds sale case

Khemka has been transferred over 40 times in his career for exposing corruption. Khemka had claimed that the Vadra-DLF deal was worth Rs 58 crore and that if all land scams in Haryana were taken into account over the past eight years, the value of scams could be between Rs 20,000 and Rs 3.5 lakh crore.

Khemka earlier had sought to clear the "erroneous impression" that he had personally shared with the media the allegations against Robert Vadra, saying that the charges were actually part of the report submitted by him to the Haryana government.

"Some reports appearing in a section of the media give the erroneous impression that the allegations are being made by me in person to the media. "But the fact is that the statements form part of the official report submitted to the State Government by me on May 21, 2013," Khemka, the Secretary and Director General of the state archives, said in a statement here.

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