Former Haryana CM booked in AJL plot-allocation scam

Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was booked for re-allocation of land at a mere sum of Rs 91 per square meter. It is learned that during that time the actual land value was around five lakh per square meter. This revelation exposes the intensity and the depth of the crime committed by the former CM and his loyalists. As per reports, Haryana opposition leader Abhay Chautala on recently had given a written letter to Chief Minister and high officials requesting proper action against Hooda and AJL trustees. In addition, he reportedly requested withdrawal of the cabinet status of the former chief minister. Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar asserts that his government will not spare any culprits of the land scam. The investigation over the AJL scam is showing good development, he added. At the same time, Anil Vij, Haryana health and sports minister alleges that Hooda was trying to woo his political bosses with his untraditional land re-allocation. He added that Hooda has successfully pleased his top bosses with the crime.   In contrary to the claims, the congress leaders strongly retort that the BJP government is trying to defame the congress party with baseless allegations. They further alleged that Indian National Lok Dal and BJP are hatching a conspiracy to destabilise the congress party in Haryana. However, it seems that the rising corruption allegations against the congress personals are putting the embattling congress party in a defenceless state.



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