Justice SN Dhingra Commission, which has been probing into the grant of land licences to some companies including that of Robert Vadra’s in Gurgaon during the Congress rule in Haryana, on Friday gets an extension for submitting its report till August 31.
Dhingra on Thursday asked the state for additional six weeks time to submit its report hours before the deadline was to end. Haryana government had earlier twice extended the term of the Dhingra Commission of Inquiry.
In December last year, the BJP government in the state had extended the Commission’s term for a period of six months and on June 17 this year its term had been extended to June 30.
Dhingra, a former judge of the Delhi High Court, said the report was ready and he would have submitted it by Thursday, if he had not received some more papers about “benami deals” in the four villages.
On Thursday, the Congress accused Justice Dhingra of taking favours from the BJP government in Haryana and said he should either submit the report himself or the government should disband the panel since he had “compromised his position”.
Robert Vadra took to social media to take potshots at the probe ordered by the BJP-led Haryana government. In a Facebook post, Vadra wrote, “Almost a decade of government’s false and baseless accusations on me! They cannot prove anything without proof, and there is nothing there to prove… I will always be used for political gains, I know… But I will walk with my head held high, as in time and with the truth which will conquer incorrect perceptions, that are created about me.”