Hooda denies state govt role in raids on Chautala's properties
Pataudi, May 14 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has not acted against former chief minister Om Prakash Chautala at the behest of the state government.
The Chief Minister shortly after addressing the public meeting here said, ''The CBI had asked for the chargesheet during the investigation of recruitment of JBT teachers as a petition was filed by one Sanjiv Kumar in the Supreme Court in this regard.'' In reply to a question on the issue of reservation, he said the directions of the Supreme Court would be followed but the Government had already implemented 50 per cent reservation.
Mr Hooda said the anti-encroachment drive would continue and whenever a master plan for Gurgaon was finalised, it would be made public.
Asked about the statement by Congress MP Kuldeep Bishnoi on the functioning of the present government, Mr Hooda said he might express his views on any of his personal problems, but the people were satisfied with the functioning.
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