first_imgThe Haryana government on Monday submitted in the Supreme Court a 182-page probe report of former Delhi High Court judge S.N. Dhingra’s Commission into grant of licences for change in land use (CLU) in Gurgaon by the previous Congress government in the State led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda.The Supreme Court had asked the Manohar Lal Khattar-led BJP government to submit report in a sealed cover by April 17, 2017.Justice S.N. Dhingra had handed over the report to the present government last year. The enquiry centred around grant of CLU licences in four villages of Gurgaon during the Hooda regime and hinted at irregularities. Massive exerciseThe panel has reportedly examined more than 200 cases of grant of CLU licences and summoned 20-odd officials.Set up by the Haryana government in May last year, the Commission had the mandate to inquire into the circumstances of grant or rejection of licences for development of colonies, group housing societies and commercial complexes in those sectors of Gurgaon for which land of Shikohpur, Sikanderpur, Badah and Kherki Dhaula was used.It had also inquired whether the transfer of licence by the original licencee within a short period of time was in violation of law and caused loss of revenue to the government. The contents of the report is in a sealed cover. News reports allege that the Commission had looked into Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law and entrepreneur Robert Vadra in connection with its enquirylast_img